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Here’s How You Can See Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Two Weeks Early

If you’re looking to be among the first to visit the jungle, Amazon Prime can take you there. Members of the company’s paid subscription plan have earned perks like free shipping and original programming in the past. Now, Amazon is offering its Prime members an advanced in theater screening of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.

The film starring Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillam, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black is one of the most anticipated releases of the holidays. The sequel to the 1995 Robin Williams classic is set to hit theaters December 20, but a special one night, one time showing of Welcome to the Jungle is open to subscribers two weeks early. On December 8 at 7pm, more than 1,000 theaters will be offering the early screening. Pretty much any mid-sized city near you will be participating.

Amazon has all the details offering the sneak preview at AMC, ArcLight Cinemas, Regal and National Amusements theaters across the country. You can purchase up to 10 tickets at a time, so you can technically sneak your friends in who aren’t enrolled in Prime. Being a Prime member grants people access to popular shows like Man in the High Castle and Mozart in the Jungle, but this is the first early access they’ve offered for a theater release.

If you can’t make it out or don’t have a Prime account, it’s not too late to join. Signing up now will still give you access to buy advanced tickets. If the screening doesn’t fit into your schedule, however, you can catch the movie later in the month with the rest of the public. Reviews are calling the film fun and entertaining, so you’ll definitely want to put it on your must see list.

Featured Image: Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Jack Black, and Dwayne Johnson in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Photo Credit : Frank Masi – ©2016 CTMG. 

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Kelle Long

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