This Sunday, August 6, your Mégarama Chalon cinema invites you to review “Harry Potter at the Sorcerer’s Stone”, the first part of a saga that bewitches generations. More details with Info Chalon.
1923-2023, the legendary studio Warner Bros. celebrates its centenary this year. A century of innovation, magic and essential works. To celebrate this event with great fanfare, your Mégarama Chalon cinema invites you to (re)discover a film every Sunday during the summer.
After “2001, a space odyssey(1968) by Stanley Kubrick in VOST on Sunday July 9, “The Dark Knight: The Black Knight(2008) by Christopher Nolan in VOST on Sunday July 16, or lately “Green Sun(1973) by Richard Fleischer in VOST on Sunday July 23, find this Sunday, August 6 at 6 p.m. “Harry Potter at the sorcerer’s stone” (2001) directed by Chris Columbusthe first installment of the adaptation of the best-selling books by the British JK Rowling.
The opportunity to find Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson And Rupert Grint when they were still very young.
With nearly 9 million admissions in four months, on December 5, 2001, France discovered the film debut of a cult saga that transported (and still transports) generations.
A community of fans that continues to solidify over the years to the point that each rerun of the films attracts thousands of viewers.
A success that proves how much the wizarding world has marked our society.
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(Photo credits: © Warner Bros.)
Karim Bouakline-Venegas Al Gharnati