Megaplex 2020 Best Picture Pass Available Now

Larry H Miller Megaplex Theatres

Utah moviegoers have the chance to see all nine of the Academy Awards® nominees for Best Picture on the big screen at select Megaplex Theatres locations from Logan to St. George.

“We are pleased to offer movie fans the opportunity to see some of the best storytelling from the past year on the big screens at Megaplex Theatres,” said Blake Andersen, Megaplex Theatres president.  “The Megaplex Best Picture Pass gives movie lovers a chance to catch up on films they may have missed the first time or see them again before the Academy Awards.”

The  Academy Award® Best Picture nominees are:

  • 1917 – 10 Nominations
  • Ford v Ferrari – 4 Nominations
  • The Irishman – 10 Nominations
  • Jojo Rabbit – 6 Nominations
  • Joker  – 11 Nominations
  • Little Women – 6 Nominations
  • Marriage Story – 6 Nominations
  • Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood – 10 Nominations
  • Parasite – 6 Nominations

Presented in partnership with Mountain America Credit Union and Coca-Cola, the Megaplex Best Picture Pass will be available for purchase for only $35.00 at participating Megaplex locations or online.*  Guests may save $10.00 by using a valid Mountain America card to purchase their Megaplex Best Picture Pass at any participating Megaplex Theatres location.

Guests are invited to bring their Best Picture Pass to any participating Megaplex Box Office to receive a Reserved Seat for individual films.  Due to the limited number of available screens in some areas, guests may need to visit more than one Megaplex location to experience all of the films during the run of the program.  For specific show times, guests are encouraged to visit or download the free Megaplex mobile app.

Presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The 92nd  Academy Awards is scheduled to air on ABC on Sunday, February 9, 2020  from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.  The Oscars are televised live in more than 225 countries and territories around the world.

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