Northwest NEWS

June 25, 2001

Entertainment

Free outdoor movies on giant screen

Back again this summer with an additional location, The AT&T Outdoor Cinema is planning another season of newly released and classic films, live music, and prize giveaways at Seattle Center's Mural Stage and Marymoor Park. At Seattle Center will be "The Never Ending Story" on Saturday, July 7, and then "Princess Bride" on Saturday, July 14.
   This year's line-up will also include movies at Marymoor Park beginning Friday, Aug. 3, with "West Side Story" and Saturday, Aug. 4, with "Ghostbusters," continuing the following weekend with "Little Shop of Horrors" on Friday, Aug. 10, and "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" on Saturday, Aug. 11. Each night will feature performances by local and regional bands. Each film will be projected on a giant 45' x 28' inflatable screen.
   Movie food including popcorn and candy will be available on-site. People are encouraged to come early and picnic. Gates open at 6 p.m., music begins at 7 and movies begin at dusk.
   For more information visit the Web site at www.lunarflicks.com or call (206) 720-1058.