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Green Day movie gets Irish release

movie news | 11 Nov 2010 | 4 comments

No moshing in the cinema aisles please folks...

MTV's global music series World Stage is making the jump to feature film, their first screening Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown will be presented in a one off screening event in cinemas across Ireland on Monday, November 15th.

Green Day fans will experience the energy and madness of a Green Day concert on the silver screen in high-definition digital cinema and with surround sound audio. The screenings will be held in more than 150 cinemas across more than 10 European countries.  Currently, there is no DVD release planned. The 75-minute concert film features the band performing all of their biggest hits, including "21st Century Breakdown," "Boulevard of Broken Dreams," "When I Come Around," "American Idiot," and many more. 

Tickets are available from Light House cinema in Smithfield and select cinemas nationwide... rock on! 
Meanwhile BON JOVI also hit Irish cinemas today with their latest tour. Yawn. Remember when cinemas used to show movies? Those were the days.   



  • WildRose86


    Makes for a Happy WildRose!

    The Metallica thing was actually pretty cool. Bit random having people moshing/headbanging/getting pissed and taking photos in the cinema. One guy kept taking photos of the Sonisphere crowds.

  • Mr_Twist

    I'll have to pass
    Green Day havent been entertaining since the Nimrod tour

  • phoebe

    Watching a "live" show in the cinema seems a bit not very "live"!

  • ssconnolly

    Green Day used to be good, now they're just smelly.

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