Playhouse 7

673 East Colorado Blvd. | MAP
Pasadena, CA 91101

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UPCOMING DATES AND LOCATIONSFriday 11/13 from 4:00 to 8:00 PMLaemmle Glendale Theatre – 207 N. Maryland Avenue, Glendale 91206Saturday 11/14 from 2:00 to 6:00 PMLaemmle Glendale Theatre – 207 N. Maryland Avenue, Glendale 91206NEW COMBOS AND SPECIAL DISCOUNTSPopcorn Special - $31 large popcornPizza & Beer Combo - $101 personal pizza (cheese or pepperoni)1 beer (from Lincoln Beer Company)1 large popcorn1 candyPizza & Soda Combo - $91 personal pizza (cheese or pepperoni)1 large fountain drink1 large popcorn1 candyMovie Night - $2 DiscountGet $2 off a minimum $3 purchasewith proof of recent rental onLaemmle Virtual Cinema (since 10/9)POPCORN POP

UPCOMING DATES AND LOCATIONSFriday 11/6 from 4:00 to 8:00 PMPlayhouse 7 - 673 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena 91101Saturday 11/7 from 2:00 to 6:00 PMPlayhouse 7 - 673 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena 91101NEW DISCOUNT SPECIALS (up to 60% off)Popcorn - $31 large popcornMovie Night - $2 DiscountGet $2 off a minimum $3 purchasewith proof of recent rental onLaemmle Virtual Cinema (since 10/9)POPCORN POP-UPSLaemmle Theatres is proud to introduce PopCorn Pop-Ups, a recurring series of concession take-out events held at our various locations. The program will continue until our theatrical operations resume (or until we run out of corn, whichever comes

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,The Dodgers are in the playoffs. The Lakers are in the finals. And local coronavirus cases continue to drop. If that's not enough good news for you, fans of our Anniversary Classics screenings should keep an eye out for the upcoming one-day-only special event Cinema '62 A-Go-Go, hosted by Stephen Farber and Michael McClellan.This week's virtual lineup begins with The Keeper, a bilingual drama concerning the true story of Nazi prisoner-of-war turned British goalkeeper Bert Trautmann. Other narrative features include black comedy 12 Hour Shift, Polish thriller The Antenna, and Native American drama Once Upon a River

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,We're extending our Pop-Corn Pop-Up program this weekend, with concession events returning to North Hollywood today (9/25) and Pasadena on Sunday (9/27). Our drive-in series also continues next Thursday (10/1) with an exclusive outdoor showing of black comedy 12 Hour Shift.New narrative releases this week include The Artist's Wife, starring Bruce Dern and Lena Olin, as well as the Italian courtroom drama Conviction, and the experimental drama Last Call, filmed split-screen in real-time. We're also offering docs about the dying days of neurologist Oliver Sacks, and housing discrimination in the United States.All the

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,Last night's screening of The Dark Divide marked the inauguration of our drive-in movie series, presented in partnership with The Roadium. Save the date next Thursday, October 24, for an exclusive outdoor showing of Jessica Chastain's new thriller Ava (click here for the full series schedule).This week's stellar new virtual lineup begins with Blackbird, starring a never-better Susan Sarandon across from Kate Winslet and Mia Wasikowska. Other films include the Israeli drama God of the Piano, and a variety of new docs about culinary competitions, a band of holocaust survivors, and political corruption in modern-day

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,While indoor cinemas in Los Angeles remain closed, Laemmle Theatres is proud to present a series of socially distanced, outdoor movie events. The program, which consists of weekly screenings on Thursday nights, is offered in partnership with The Roadium, the South Bay's preeminent drive-in cinema and open-air flea market. All screenings begin at 7:30 PM, and will cost $25 per car.Our series kicks off on Thursday, September 17, with a screening of the adventure drama The Dark Divide, featuring an appearance from director Tom Putnam (buy tickets now on Eventbrite). The film, which stars David Cross and Debra Messing

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,My thoughts today are with the members of our SoCal community who have yet again been evacuated due to wildfire. For those still at home, shut your windows to lock out the smoke, and lock in the smell of hot buttered popcorn (available this weekend at select Laemmle Theatres).We begin this week's releases with dueling rock & roll documentaries: one on President Jimmy Carter, the other on legendary musician Chuck Berry. There's also a 1990's pandemic-inspired musical, a poetic ode to canine cosmononauts, and a variety of new foreign language dramas.All the best,Greg Laemmle

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,It's been a mixed week in Hollywood, as signs of light on the horizon were overshadowed by the death of rising star and real-life superhero Chadwick Boseman. Meanwhile, Governor Newsom has introduced a new set of reopening guidelines, and although indoor entertainment remains barred, we're looking at several outdoor opportunities for socially-distanced-cinema (coming soon to a large wall near you).This week's lineup features John Leguizamo's directorial debut Critical Thinking, alongside a re-issue of Claire Denis's 1999 masterpiece Beau Travail. There's also documentaries about cuban culture, art theft, and

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,Although we won't be showing any movies, the doors of our Claremont location will be open this weekend for a pop-up cafe, presented in coordination with local coffee roaster The Reverse Orangutan. Payment via Premiere Card or Laemmle Gift Card is accepted, and cardholder discounts will be honored. Make sure to follow Laemmle on social media, and stay tuned for similar events at other locations.For those who'd prefer to stay in over the weekend, we've got an exciting new round of virtual releases available, beginning with an illuminating documentary on SOUL! show-runner Ellis B. Haizlip. Other bio-docs focus on

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,Exactly seven months have passed since the first case of Coronavirus was identified in the United States, and it's become harder to remember what life was like back then. We've done our best since to keep bringing you new arthouse cinema every week, but I can't say I don't miss the big screen. If only there was a way to download the smell of hot buttered popcorn (pick-up concessions coming soon)...Today's new releases include documentaries Desert One, about the U.S. Government's failed 1980 attempt to end the Iranian hostage crisis, and Love Express, about the little-known-career of visionary Polish director

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,Although Los Angeles cinemas remain closed until further notice from the county, next week hints at a return to normalcy, as the first major studio film since March is released theatrically. Local cases are also down from their previous high last month, and the Dodgers are humming along in second place. Things could certainly be better... but it's important to note the silver linings in between.First up this week on Laemmle Virtual Cinema is the must-see concert film Jazz on a Summer's Day, recorded in 1958. The film features countless soon-to-become legends and was a favorite of my grandfather, company founder Max

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,Our thoughts are with the citizens of Lebanon today, as they contend with the crisis caused by Tuesday's disaster. For those who are able to, here is a list of meaningful ways you can help.In other news, it has now been 20 long weeks since the closure of local cinemas, and the launch of our online program. And while I wish more had changed since then, I'm grateful to see our local curve begin to flatten. As a reminder, we can all make a difference by wearing masks, washing our hands, and maintaining social distance when appropriate.New on Laemmle Virtual Cinema this week, we have the Norwegian drama Out Stealing