TORONTO, ON -- Cineplex Entertainment is pleased to announce a new Front Row Centre concert event. Hedley: Go With The Show - LIVE in HD! will be broadcast in High Definition from our SilverCity Coquitlam Cinemas on Sunday, November 7, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. PT, 7:00 p.m. ET to select Cineplex Entertainment theatres. This special event from the band's hometown will feature an exclusive premiere screening of their new ‘Go With The Show' documentary, live in-theatre acoustic performance, followed by a question and answer session, live via satellite.

"Having Hedley perform live in one of our theatres is a special opportunity for the fans to get up-close and personal with the band in a really intimate setting," said Pat Marshall, Vice President, Communications and Investor Relations, Cineplex Entertainment. "We are very excited to present this unique event to our guests; it's not every day that we have a band perform live from one of our theatres!"

Hedley's ‘Go With The Show' documentary chronicles the band's life on the road and features live concert footage, rare backstage moments and interviews. MuchMusic VJ Liz Trinnear will host the live Q&A session with the band. Fans are invited to submit their questions in advance of the event to,, or @hedleyonline on Twitter. Hedley will release their debut live CD/DVD package, Tuesday, November 9, 2010.

Tickets for this event go sale Friday, October 22, 2010 at participating theatre box offices listed below and online at

SilverCity Coquitlam Cinemas, 170 Schoolhouse Street
Cineplex Odeon Strawberry Hill Cinemas, 12161 72nd Avenue
Cineplex Odeon Park & Tilford Cinemas, 200-333 Brooksbank Avenue
Galaxy Cinemas Vernon, 2306 Highway 6
SilverCity Victoria Cinemas, 3130 Tillicum Road

Cineplex Odeon Sunridge Spectrum Cinemas, 400-2555 32nd Avenue
Scotiabank Theatre Chinook, 6455 Macleod Trail SW
SilverCity CrossIron Mills Cinemas & XSCAPE Entertainment Centre, 261055 CrossIron Boulevard
Cineplex Odeon South Edmonton Cinemas, 1525-99th Street NW
Scotiabank Theatre Edmonton, 8882-170 Street
Galaxy Cinemas Lethbridge, 501-1st Avenue SW
Sherwood Park
Galaxy Cinemas Sherwood Park, 2020 Sherwood Drive

SilverCity Polo Park Cinemas, 817 St. James Street

Galaxy Cinemas Regina, 420 McCarthy Boulevard N
Galaxy Cinemas Saskatoon, 347 2nd Avenue

Cineplex Odeon Ajax Cinemas, 248 Kingston Road
Cineplex Odeon Barrhaven Cinemas, 131 Riocan Avenue
SilverCity Burlington Cinemas, 1250 Brant Street
Galaxy Cinemas Cambridge, 355 Hespeler Road
Galaxy Cinemas Guelph, 485 Woodlawn Road W
SilverCity Hamilton Mountain Cinemas, 795 Paramount Drive
Cineplex Odeon Westmount & VIP Cinemas, 755 Wonderland Road S
Galaxy Cinemas Milton, 1175 Maple Avenue
Coliseum Mississauga Cinemas, 309 Rathburn Road W
SilverCity Mississauga Cinemas, 3055 Vega Boulevard
SilverCity Newmarket Cinemas, 18151 Yonge Street
Niagara Falls
Cineplex Odeon Niagara Square Cinemas, 7555 Montrose Road
Cineplex Odeon South Keys Cinemas, 2214 Bank Street
Coliseum Ottawa Cinemas, 3090 Carling Avenue
Galaxy Cinemas Peterborough, 320 Water Street
Sault Ste. Marie
Galaxy Cinemas Sault Ste. Marie, 293 Bay Street
Cineplex Odeon Eglinton Town Centre Cinemas, 22 Lebovic Avenue
Beach Cinemas - Alliance Cinemas, 1651 Queen Street E
Scotiabank Theatre Toronto, 259 Richmond Street W
SilverCity Windsor Cinemas, 4611 Walker Road
Colossus Vaughan Cinemas, 3555 Highway 7 W

Cineplex Odeon Beauport Cinemas, 825 rue Clemenceau
Coliseum Kirkland Cinemas, 3200 rue Jean Yves
Colossus Laval Cinemas, 2800 rue Cosmodôme
Scotiabank Theatre Montreal, 977 rue Ste-Catherine O


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Longueuil, Quebec -- D-BOX Technologies Inc. (DBO.A on the TSX Venture Exchange), a leader in innovative motion technology for the entertainment industry, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Warner Bros. Pictures to feature its immersive D-BOX motion technology with the much-anticipated final motion picture adventure, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 in theatres November 19.

This seventh installment and first part to the final act, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 is the second movie of the Harry Potter franchise to feature D-BOX's Motion Technology. During scenes of dramatic flight and fierce battle, moviegoers will feel subtle motion effects directly from their seats that occur in perfect sync with the onscreen movie action, resulting in a completely realistic, immersive movie experience.

"The support of Hollywood studios like Warner Bros. has been instrumental in our company's steady growth and expansion," said President and CEO of D-BOX Technologies, Claude Mc Master. "This is the second Harry Potter movie to feature D-BOX and we're thrilled to be a part of one of the biggest predicted blockbusters of the year."

For a complete listing of theatres offering the D-BOX experience and a guide to new movies, visit

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC), a leading motion picture exhibitor owning and operating the largest theatre circuit in the United States, is pleased to announce the addition of electronic gift cards to the many gift-giving options available for movie fans. Shoppers can logon now to and instantly send eGift Cards to friends and family.

"We are excited to offer this innovative gift-giving opportunity to our moviegoers," stated Dick Westerling, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Advertising for Regal Entertainment Group. "Regal eGift Cards are a convenient way to complete your holiday shopping in an instant and are perfect for anyone on your list."

Regal's new eGift Cards arrive in minutes via email or on a specified delivery date. There are no shipping charges, service fees or expiration dates and electronic gift cards come in a variety of themed design options. Plus eGift Cards can be customized for each recipient with personalized messages and uploaded photos to add a special touch to the emailed gifts.

One of the seasonal options available for eGift Cards is a holiday-themed "Joy to the Movies" gift card design. Regal Entertainment Group offers many additional gift-giving options throughout the year. Decorative Regal gift cards are always available at the box office and online. All Regal gift cards are good toward movie tickets and concessions, have no hidden fees, and never expire.

Regal also offers discount movie ticket programs for organizations, companies, groups and individuals who may benefit from buying movie tickets in large quantities. Visit for more information on discount movie tickets.


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Singapore/Tokyo -- In his keynote speech at a forum on measures to tackle online piracy at the Tokyo International Film Festival on 21 October, Bob Pisano, President and Interim CEO, Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) called for "forward-thinking" initiatives such as the introduction of a Graduated Response mechanism and Site Blocking that countries around the world are increasingly using to combat the problem of illegal online infringement and the best bet to stop threat of theft of intellectual property on the internet.

Graduated Response is a method of dealing with illegal online file sharing by an escalating series of sanctions against identified repeat infringers. Pisano highlighted France, Korea and Taiwan as countries that have recently passed legislation implementing Graduated Response as such a system provides a fair and reasonable measure which avoids litigation and balances the need to protect creative industries while taking into account the responsibilities of ISPs and Internet users. He also spoke of Governments in the United Kingdom and New Zealand that are also currently working on introducing Graduated Response program in their respective countries.

Pisano called the increase of online intellectual theft "alarming" and an "epidemic" and while MPA focuses on outreach and education of the dangers and consequences of online file sharing, Pisano said he believed the adoption of measures such as the Graduated Response and Site Blocking will "slow the spread of the disease".

"We know there cannot be a one-size-fits-all approach to the problem; that there are cultural and practical issues requiring different approaches from one nation or region to another," said Pisano. "But what we do feel is that the basic belief underlying all of our efforts should be the same - that individual awareness and responsibility are essential if we are to continue to make progress."

In Japan, lawmakers have amended Article 30 of the Copyright Law to make it illegal to download music or movies distributed on the Internet without the authorization of right holders. "We applaud that development," said Pisano. "At the same time, we feel that a robust Graduated Response deterrent scheme, involving all ISPs is also essential."

Pisano also called for Japan to adopt its own Graduated Response approach to address online P2P infringements on localized, anonymous networks such as Winny and Share. "As global industry leaders, your country is clearly in a position to move aggressively to protect your intellectual property, your creative community, the people who have been the driving force of your economy," he added.

He urged rightholders in Japan to talk to the ISPs about their role in protecting online content and in partnership with them to develop a solution aimed at insuring that users can continue to enjoy the full benefits of broad legal access to the internet while preserving the ISPs' business model.

Pisano spoke to an audience of 120 that included Japanese government officials, film makers, music industry representatives and media, who also heard from participants from around the world including Nicolas Seydoux, Chairman Association de Lutte contre la Piraterie Audiovisuelle (ALPA); Hong Kong film producer Nansun Shi; and New Zealand actor Temuera Morrison, about how different countries and local creative communities are addressing the threat of online infringements.


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