Emagine Novi to screen four original 'Mission: Impossible' films for free

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With Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation hitting theaters this month, Emagine Novi has decided to screen the series' first four films for free:

WHAT: To celebrate the release of Paramount Pictures new film, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION, Emagine Novi will be screening the original four MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE films for FREE. Emagine Novi will be showing one film a night at 7:00 PM starting Monday, July 27 and leading up to the release of the new mission on Friday, July 31. Come out and revisit all of Ethan Hunt’s impossible missions before MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION hits theaters on Friday, July 31.



WHEN: Monday, July 27 – 7:00PM – MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (1996) / Rated PG-13
Tuesday, July 28 – 7:00PM – MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE II (2000) / Rated PG-13
Wednesday, July 29 – 7:00PM – MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III (2006) / Rated PG-13
Thursday, July 30 – 7:00PM – MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – GHOST PROTOCOL (2011) / Rated PG-13

WHERE: Emagine Theatres Novi
44425 Twelve Mile Road
Novi, MI 48377



*Free tickets available at Emagine Novi box office one hour before show time and are limited to theater capacity.

Watch the trailer for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, below:


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