Here's How Much It'll Cost to Get Into the Cleveland Premiere of Captain America: Winter Soldier

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Hey, you. Yeah, the one who was all pumped Cleveland was going to host a premiere of Captain America: Winter Soldier, which was, of course, filmed in Cleveland.

Here's how much you'll be slinging down to attend said premiere. Get the checkbook ready, as the five sponsor packages offered by the Greater Cleveland Film Commission start at $3,000 and go up from there for the April 1 showing at Valley View. (5 p.m. red carpet, 6 p.m. screening.) Individual tickets will not be for sale.

Key Grip (10 available) $3,000: 6 premiere tickets, recognition on the GCFC website

Casting Director (10 available) $5,000: Shared on-screen logo recognition in front of 1,500 influencers, 10 premiere tickets, recognition on GCFC website

Location Manager (4 available) $7,500: Shared logo recognition on concession items, shared on-screen logo recognition in front of 1,500 influencers, 10 premiere tickets

Director (4 available) $10,000: Shared on-screen logo recognition in front of 1,500 influencers, 20 premiere tickets, recognition on GCFC website

Executive Producer (1 available) $25,000: Stand-alone on-screen logo recognition in front of 1,5000 influencers, 50 premiere tickets (30 of which are VIP), recognition on GCFC website

OK, so us commoners won't be there, but it'll still be cool.

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