Jan 13, 2017 12:49 PM EST

Make History with Woody Harrelson and Fathom Events on January 19, 2017

Make History with Woody Harrelson and Fathom Events on January 19, 2017
On January 19, 2017, at select theaters across the nation, at 9 p.m. EST, FATHOM EVENTS will bring to the big screen a most fascinating and unique one night only event.  This is a not to be missed event.  Read on for more details.

In 2002, Woody Harrelson spent the night in a London jail cell after being arrested for ruining the inside of a cab and fleeing in a second cab. Wanting to turn his experience into a play, this talented actor and in his directorial debut, decided that he would try something no one else has done before- create a play but film in live and air it at the same time.  In true Harrelson spirit,  in his teaser trailer he states: "No one's ever shot a movie and live-broadcast it in cinemas at the same time. No one's ever been that stupid, until now."
 
Shot in 14 locations, Harrelson's feature film, Lost in London - Live will begin at 2 a.m. in London, and fans throughout the US will be able to watch Fathom's Digital Broadcast Network (DBN) air this event in over 550 theaters.  Harrelson was inspired to shoot this unique film in one take.  Owen Wilson and Willie Nelson join the 30 some odd cast members.  This will be a night filled with comedy, royalty, and live action.  Harrelson will be joining the Fathom Family for a live q & a immediately after the film - so stay seated after the credits!

FATHOM EVENTS is bringing this unique experience to a theater to you on Thursday, January 19, 2017.  This is a can't miss and don't miss event.  After all, Woody Harrelson said in his trailer that if the project fails, he would throw himself off the Waterloo Bridge.  

Tickets for the "Lost in London LIVE" event can be purchased online by visiting FathomEvents.com or at a participating theater box office.  Don't miss this once in a lifetime event!
 

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