Cleveland will join the ranks of cities such as Paris, London, Los Angeles, and Beijing this spring when we host a premiere of the new film Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
“It was a massive priority for us to do this in Cleveland, and the Marvel and Disney people agreed,” co-director Joe Russo recently told Cleveland.com. “We want to have a premiere that includes the local cast and crew and make some tickets available to the general public. It’s a way to say thanks and pay back the city for being such a great host.”
Details on the premiere are still scant, though reports say it is slated to take place on Tuesday, April 1. The film opens nationwide on April 4.
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