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RealD 3D Presents Marvel's The Avengers Collector's Edition 3D Glasses

by Jason ChestnutMarch 14, 2012
On May 4 Marvel’s The Avengers will finally be in theaters and to celebreate RealD 3D will be releasing a set of four character themed 3D glasses. Featuring designs inspired by Captain America, Thor, Hulk and Iron Man, the glasses will be available at special events, fan screenings and via upcoming online giveaways. You’ll also get a chance to grab a pair at select AMC Theatres, National Amusement Theatres and independent theatres all over the U.S.
The glasses are set to be available as early as midnight on May 3. For more info check out RealD 3D’s official Facebook page or follow them on Twitter. And as always, keep checking back here at The Game Fanatics for more coverage on The Avengers, as well as other upcoming films, video games, comics and technology!
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  • Tia Zuehlke

    The enjoyment market is decadent and depraved
    By: John Scala

    Broadcast television, the motion picture theatre, celeb gossip magazines, the American population is primarily based on and obsessed with continual entertainment. Is it a surprise that we are all virtually worshipping the lackadaisical figures that are aspect of our daily lives?
    Boredom; an obstacle every person has been faced with, many, on a everyday basis. The disorder can not be cured, but can be treated. A Single of the most generally practiced treatment options is the mindless self-indulgent instrument of assumed killing, the television. Millions, on hundreds of thousands tune in each and every night to escape their daily lives, the exact purpose individuals smoke meth. So as the population stares blankly in to the television screen, and as a coma like trance little by little takes them away from it all, they die, just a little bit more.
    Nearly every single simple one particular of us is aspect of the tv generation, we grew up on cartoons, and other programs that held us from being grievance ridden with boredom. By Means Of are adolescence, we grew up with our eyes glued to the screen. Some of us nonetheless are watching our preferred programs, rather of socializing, reading, or taking part in life. According to an Linked Press sponsored poll taken in 2007, a single in 4 Americans read not a simple guide the preceding year, and seventy-five percent of these who did, read no more than four. The American men and women are turning into a lot more and far more oblivious and idiotic as time passes.
    Our nations college method is failing – practically – this is meant to be the biggest country in the world, so why are our college students demonstrated by a statistical average to be around a C average? Some might say the purpose other countries, these kinds of as: Finland, South Korea, Japan, and Canada’s test scores and typical IQ’s are so drastically higher than the U.S.’s is due to the fact of the huge volume of the immigrant population right here in the US. This is true, but only to a specific extent – especially here in Arizona – but I think there is but a single factor to blame; the entertainment industry.
    MTV was formulated and 1st broadcasted on a national degree for the duration of the early 80’s, it has throughout its time on the air, killed much more brain cells than each and every single illegal substance combined. The nations decreasing intelligence is even demonstrated through: its most well-known genre of music, its favored tv stations, and its preferred movies. Not only are our peers glued to the display screen – but our parents, our grandparents, and even our great-grandparents.
    “So we don’t go out anymore. We sit in the house, and little by little the planet we reside in gets smaller, and all we ask is please, at minimum leave us on your own in our personal residing rooms. Permit me have my toaster and my TV and my hairdryer and my steel-belted radials, and I won’t say anything, just leave us alone.” Main character Howard Beale of the movie Network ranted. “So, pay attention to me! Television is not the truth! Television is a goddamned amusement park, that’s what tv is! Tv is a circus, a carnival, a touring troupe of acrobats and story-tellers, singers and dancers, jugglers, side-show freaks, lion tamers and football players. We’re in the boredom-killing business! If you want truth, go to God, go to your guru, go to by yourself simply because that is the only location you will actually find any actual truth! But, man, you might be by no means going to get any real truth from us. We’ll inform you nearly anything you want to hear. We lie like hell! We’ll inform you Kojack always will get the killer, and nobody ever before will get most cancers in Archie Bunker’s house. And no matter how considerably boueux the hero is in, do not worry: just search at your watch — at the conclude of the hour, he is heading to win. We’ll inform you any shit you want to hear! We offer in illusion, man! None of it’s true! But you folks sit there — all of you — day soon after day, night following night, all ages, colors, creeds — we’re all you know. You’re beginning to imagine this illusion we’re spinning here. You Might Be starting to believe the tube is actuality and your individual lives are unreal. You do no matter what the tube tells you. You gown like the tube, you eat like the tube, you increase your kids like the tube, you assume like the tube. This is mass madness, you maniacs! In God’s name, you individuals are the real thing! We’re the illusions!”
    The television, the movie theatres, and the world wide web is all we know, they are the final equipment of propaganda. Our nation is so fixed, that the tv can make or break a presidential candidate, can end or start a war, and to spot that significantly electricity – in to this sort of couple of peoples hands. Nothing At All but corruption can be spawned, so make sure you reader, examine a book, read a newspaper, go discuss to human beings, but previously mentioned all of that – turn off your televisions.

  • Maggie Saucier

    The new Michael Jackson movie, This Is It, opens on October 28!!! (I just acquired my tickets for the opening night at my local theater for 12:00AM on 10/28) I’m soooo excited!!!!!
    Anyway, at your neighborhood theater, do you know if they have those little “promotional” give absent posters in the lobby for the movie “This Is It”. I was pondering if they did, make sure you allow me know. I have been seeking for this one and can not yet discover it. Also, if you noticed them, at what theater (ie. AMC, Regal Cinemas, National Amusements, etc.) Thank you!

  • airdogspace2

    The new Michael Jackson movie, This Is It, opens on October 28!!! (I just bought my tickets for the opening night at my local theater for 12:00AM on 10/28) I’m soooo excited!!!!!
    Anyway, at your local theater, do you know if they have those small “promotional” give away posters in the lobby for the film “This Is It”. I was wondering if they did, please let me know. I have been looking for this one and can not yet find it. Also, if you seen them, at what theater (ie. AMC, Regal Cinemas, National Amusements, etc.) Thank you!

  • lets roll

    Do does anyone remember that little bit that used to play before the movie at the movie theater (any movie I’ve seen, I don’t know if it was for National Amusements or what?) but it was really funny and he was riding around on a segway on a movie or tv show set and he was just riding by people on the crew and stuff. Does anyone know where I can find that? Or does anybody even remember seeing that? It wasn’t that long ago, maybe 3 years or so?

  • llb443

    A.City dwellers went to theaters, amusement parks, or just to the
    neighborhood saloon.

    B.Baseball became the national pastime.

    C.Mechanization increased the amount of leisure time available.

    D.African Americans were barred from professional baseball, and created their own leagues.

    E.All of the above

  • sarah w

    What kind of popcorn do they use at the movie theatres? I go to National Amusements. but I’m sure there are a lot that are similar…

    also… what kind of butter do they use that dispenses out of the machine? and where can I find it?

    The only thing I can find at the stores is the oil that is butter flavored…. sooooo not the same thing!!!

  • Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused

    The new Michael Jackson movie, This Is It, opens on October 28!!! (I just bought my tickets for the opening night at my local theater for 12:00AM on 10/28) I’m soooo excited!!!!!
    Anyway, at your local theater, do you know if they have those small “promotional” give away posters in the lobby for the film “This Is It”. I was wondering if they did, please let me know. I have been looking for this one and can not yet find it. Also, if you seen them, at what theater (ie. AMC, Regal Cinemas, National Amusements, etc.) Thank you!

  • Zack Faria

    Arkham Asylum (1987 1st print) barely ever opened… still feels stiff to open
    The Dark Knight Strikes Again (all three books) not shown in image because i forgot to place them in there but they are in great condition!
    3 steel batarangs (Dark Knight movie logo shape) also with pouch
    Batman Pez dispenser (unopened)
    Batman collectible pint glass
    Batman: Harley Quinn (comic) hard to find!
    New 52 Batman Detective comics 1-5
    3 Batman Wall tins
    Batman Monopoly Collector’s Edition!! box has some wear and tear but nothing too bad and all pieces are intact! Very Rare!
    Batman issues 444, 445, 500, 626, 693, 705,708
    Batman Incorporated #8 alternate cover
    A Signed copy of Batwoman Detective comics 854 by Greg Rucka (didn’t come with an authentication when I ordered it)
    Batman Vengeance of Bane: The Redemption II
    Batman Detective Comics 877, 880
    Batman Arkham City 1-4
    The new 52 Batgirl #1
    The Killing Joke (reprint)
    Joker by Brian Azzarello
    The new 52 Batman #1 two issues alternate cover and #2
    this is a real question…Just want to know if its a good collection to have
    and if its worth anything

  • Rishi

    Frenzy
    The Proposition
    Lady Vengeance
    Millennium Actress
    KatieBird* Certifiable Crazy Person
    Othello 1952
    Murder on the Orient Express
    Cannibal Holocaust
    The Bird People in China
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Through a Glass Darkly
    Blind Chance
    Onibaba
    Eraserhead
    Damage
    Lifeboat
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
    Hard Boiled
    Macbeth
    Calvaire
    The Virgin Spring
    Blood for Dracula
    Escape from New York
    Cat People
    The Hills Have Eyes 1977
    The Devil’s Rejects
    Cool Hand Luke
    The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    Taxi Driver
    In the Heat of the Night
    Alien: Resurrection: Collector’s Edition
    12 Monkeys
    The Freakmaker
    Near Dark
    Season of the Witch
    This is my Netflix list.
    OK, Its really about half of my Netflix list.

  • lcollier93sbcglobalnet

    For Christmas 1999 I got a “collector’s set” of Coca Cola I guess you could call it, 6 traditional glass bottles with Cola in them and beer-bottle type caps that say “1999 Edition.” I drank 3 bottles and kept the remaining 3.

    The cap says AU2100RVD so it’s definately past expiry (August 21, 2000… unless it means August year 2,100.) Is that more for legal purposes than anything else?

    I imagine it has completely lost all the fizz, but it still LOOKS okay to drink. Do you think it’s safe to do so? I realize the taste will have diminished to some degree.

    Alternatively, what value would be assigned to such an unopened 8 year old bottle of Coke? What about 3 unopened bottles, 3 empty bottles that still have their caps, and the paper box/crate with handle that they came in? Say if I were to put it up on eBay, what do you think I’d get?

    I hold no one responsible for their opinions regarding the safety of drinking expired Coca Cola.
    This is exactly what I have

    http://medford.craigslist.org/clt/531775522.html
    There is no mold and it shows no signs of age. If someone offered it to me and I didn’t see the “1999 Edition”, I would think it was brand new.

  • whites are not the only racists

    Hi everyone. I’m 15 and I’ve been looking around for a part-time (a few nights a week and weekends) job. I’m such a movie-freak, and thought that maybe a job at a movie theater would be great. It would be my first job. The closest one to me is a Multiplex Cinemas, which is owned by the National Amusements Company.

    I live in NJ, where you can work at age 14/15 with working papers, though most establishments have personal policies hiring 16 year olds at the youngest. I was hoping someone on here might know about this specific company’s policy regarding age requirements. Please answer if you know!

    Thank you!

  • Michael

    Well, you can. Please go to http://www.filmmetro.com and sign up for an account. Then find you state and reserve your tickets to a movie. Also, go to http://www.gofobo.com and sign up for an account there too. Enter your zip code and RSVP for the screening. I won tickets to “Mall Cop” on Wednesday, “Defiance” on Thursday, and “Inkheart” on Saturday.

    Here’s a second site if you wanna see the movie “Defiance”

    DEFIANCE
    MULTIPLE CITIES

    Theater: Regal Crossgates
    One Crossgates Mall Rd., Albany, NY 12203
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Rio Theater
    4901 Pan American Freeway NE., Albuquerque, NM 87109
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: AMC Phipps Plaza
    3500 Peachtree Rd., Altanta, GA 30326
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Regal Arbour / Great Hills Theater
    9828 Great Hills Trail., Austin, TX 78759
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC White Marsh
    8141 Honeygo Blvd White Marsh, MD 21162
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: AMC Boston Common
    175 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02116
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Amherst Theatre
    3500 Main Street., Buffalo, NY 14226
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Regal Phillips
    6911 Phillips Place Ct., Charlotte, NC
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC River East 21
    322 E. Illinois Street., Chicago, IL. 60611
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC Newport on the Levee 20
    1 Levee Way, Suite 4100., Newport, KY 41071
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Cedar Lee 6 Theater
    2163 Lee Rd., Cleveland, OH 44118
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC Lennox
    777 Kinnear Road., Columbus OH 43212
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Angelika Theater
    5321 E Mockingbird Lane, Suite 230., Dallas, TX 75206
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Showcase Cinemas The Greene 14
    4489 Glengarry Drive., Beavercreek, OH 45440
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Greenwood Village
    5415 Landmark Place., Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Uptown Palladium
    250 N. OLD WOODWARD., BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Emagine Novi
    44425 W. 12 MILE ROAD., NOVI, MI 48377
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Bow Tie Palace
    330 New Park Ave., W. Hartford, CT 06106
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Dole Cannery
    735B Iwilei Rd., Honolulu, HI 96817
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Regal Marquee Theater
    7620 Katy Frwy., Houston, TX 77024
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC Castleton
    6020 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46250
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Regal Beach Blvd
    14051 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32250
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC Town Center
    11701 Nall Ave., Leawood, KS 66211
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Regal Pinnacle
    11240 Parkside Dr., Knoxville, TN 37934
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: National Amusements Famingdale
    1001 Broad Hollow Road., Farmingdale, NY 11735
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Brendan Palms
    4321 W. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89103
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Showcase Cinemas Stonybrook
    2745 S. Hurstbourne Parkway., Louisville, KY 40220
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Paradiso Theater
    584 South Mendenhall ., Memphis, TN 38117
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC Mayfair Mall 18
    2500 N. Mayfair Road., Wauwatosa, WI. 53226
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Edina Theater
    3911 West 50th St., Edina, MN 55424
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Regal Green Hills
    3815 Green Hills Village Dr., Nashville, TN 37215
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC Elmwood
    1200 Elmwood Park Blvd., Harahan, LA 70123
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Harkins Bricktown
    150 East Reno Avenue., Oklahoma City, OK 73185
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: AMC The Block
    20 City Blvd W, Orange, CA
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Shea Luxury
    7354 E Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    Screening Date: 01-13-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: FL/C Southside Theater
    425 Cinema Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15203
    Screening Date: 01-14-2009
    Time: 7:30 PM

    Theater: Regal Lloyd Center
    1510 NE Multnomah., Portland, OR 97232
    Screening Date: 01-15-2009
    Time: 7:00 PM

    Theater: Showcase Providence Place
    Providence Place Mall
    1-13-09
    7PM

    Theater: Showcase Providence Place
    Providence Place Mall., Providence, RI 02903
    Screening Date: 01-13-200

  • Chester

    The new Michael Jackson movie, This Is It, opens on October 28!!! (I just bought my tickets for the opening night at my local theater for 12:00AM on 10/28) I’m soooo excited!!!!!
    Anyway, at your local theater, do you know if they have those small “promotional” give away posters in the lobby for the film “This Is It”. I was wondering if they did, please let me know. I have been looking for this one and can not yet find it. Also, if you seen them, at what theater (ie. AMC, Regal Cinemas, National Amusements, etc.) Thank you!

  • John G

    Do does anyone remember that little bit that used to play before the movie at the movie theater (any movie I’ve seen, I don’t know if it was for National Amusements or what?) but it was really funny and he was riding around on a segway on a movie or tv show set and he was just riding by people on the crew and stuff. Does anyone know where I can find that? Or does anybody even remember seeing that? It wasn’t that long ago, maybe 3 years or so?

  • unbleevable39

    The new Michael Jackson movie, This Is It, opens on October 28!!! (I just bought my tickets for the opening night at my local theater for 12:00AM on 10/28) I’m soooo excited!!!!!
    Anyway, at your local theater, do you know if they have those small “promotional” give away posters in the lobby for the film “This Is It”. I was wondering if they did, please let me know. I have been looking for this one and can not yet find it. Also, if you seen them, at what theater (ie. AMC, Regal Cinemas, National Amusements, etc.) Thank you!

  • Taylor G

    The entertainment industry is decadent and depraved
    By: John Scala

    Broadcast television, the movie theatre, celebrity gossip magazines, the American population is based on and obsessed with constant entertainment. Is it a surprise that we are all nearly worshipping the lackadaisical figures that are part of our daily lives?
    Boredom; an obstacle everyone has been faced with, many, on a daily basis. The disorder can not be cured, but can be treated. One of the most commonly practiced treatments is the mindless self-indulgent tool of thought killing, the television. Millions, upon millions tune in every night to escape their daily lives, the exact reason people smoke meth. So as the population stares blankly in to the television screen, and as a coma like trance slowly takes them away from it all, they die, just a little bit more.
    Nearly every single one of us is part of the television generation, we grew up on cartoons, and other programs that kept us from being complaint ridden with boredom. Through are adolescence, we grew up with our eyes glued to the screen. Some of us still are watching our favorite programs, instead of socializing, reading, or participating in life. According to an Associated Press sponsored poll taken in 2007, one in four Americans read not a single book the previous year, and seventy-five percent of those who did, read no more than four. The American people are becoming more and more oblivious and idiotic as time passes.
    Our countries school system is failing – literally – this is supposed to be the greatest country in the world, so why are our students shown by a statistical average to be around a C average? Some may say the reason other countries, such as: Finland, South Korea, Japan, and Canada’s test scores and average IQ’s are so significantly higher than the U.S.’s is because of the large amount of the immigrant population here in the US. This is true, but only to a certain extent – especially here in Arizona – but I believe there is but one thing to blame; the entertainment industry.
    MTV was developed and first broadcasted on a national level during the early 80’s, it has throughout its time on the air, killed more brain cells than every single illegal substance combined. The countries lowering intelligence is even shown through: its most popular genre of music, its favorite television stations, and its favorite movies. Not only are our peers glued to the screen – but our parents, our grandparents, and even our great-grandparents.
    “So we don’t go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we live in gets smaller, and all we ask is please, at least leave us alone in our own living rooms. Let me have my toaster and my TV and my hairdryer and my steel-belted radials, and I won’t say anything, just leave us alone.” Main character Howard Beale of the movie Network ranted. “So, listen to me! Television is not the truth! Television is a goddamned amusement park, that’s what television is! Television is a circus, a carnival, a traveling troupe of acrobats and story-tellers, singers and dancers, jugglers, side-show freaks, lion tamers and football players. We’re in the boredom-killing business! If you want truth, go to God, go to your guru, go to yourself because that’s the only place you’ll ever find any real truth! But, man, you’re never going to get any truth from us. We’ll tell you anything you want to hear. We lie like hell! We’ll tell you Kojack always gets the killer, and nobody ever gets cancer in Archie Bunker’s house. And no matter how much trouble the hero is in, don’t worry: just look at your watch — at the end of the hour, he’s going to win. We’ll tell you any shit you want to hear! We deal in illusion, man! None of it’s true! But you people sit there — all of you — day after day, night after night, all ages, colors, creeds — we’re all you know. You’re beginning to believe this illusion we’re spinning here. You’re beginning to think the tube is reality and your own lives are unreal. You do whatever the tube tells you. You dress like the tube, you eat like the tube, you raise your children like the tube, you think like the tube. This is mass madness, you maniacs! In God’s name, you people are the real thing! We’re the illusions!”
    The television, the movie theatres, and the internet is all we know, they are the ultimate tools of propaganda. Our nation is so fixed, that the television can make or break a presidential candidate, can end or start a war, and to place that much power – in to such few peoples hands. Nothing but corruption can be spawned, so please reader, read a book, read a newspaper, go talk to human beings, but above all of that – turn off your televisions.

  • louisewoods1984

    What kind of popcorn do they use at the movie theatres? I go to National Amusements. but I’m sure there are a lot that are similar…

    also… what kind of butter do they use that dispenses out of the machine? and where can I find it?

    The only thing I can find at the stores is the oil that is butter flavored…. sooooo not the same thing!!!