Director Michael Bay's upcoming "Transformers" will hold its Los Angeles premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 27th.
While director Michael Bay's upcoming "Transformers" won't be opening in theaters worldwide until July 4th, it will first of all get an LA Film Fest treatment. The action adventure and science fiction film will hold its Los Angeles premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 27th.
The DreamWorks/Paramount release will screen simultaneously at The Landmark Regent, the Mann National, the Mann Bruin and the Mann Village, where the main premiere will take place. There will be 4,000 seats available for the film's stars and public.
The premiere will then followed by a party on the Festival Promenade on Broxton Avenue in Westwood which is open to anyone. Interested to be the first to take a glimpse on the highly anticipated flick? All you have to do is just paying $25 on top of purchasing a pass to the film festival. Any premiere-only tickets remaining will be sold beginning June 8th.
"'Transformers' is the ultimate L.A. movie, with many of its most exciting action sequences shot on the city's streets," said Lorenzo di Bonaventura, one of the film's producers. "The Los Angeles Film Festival is the perfect venue to launch this film."
"Transformers", starring the likes of Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson, Josh Duhamel, Jon Voight, and Anthony Anderson among others, is having its world premiere at the Taormina Film Festival in Italy June 21st.