September 26 is the 270th day of 2008. It’s the anniversary of the birth of St. Francis of Assisi (1181) and George Gershwin (1898). It’s the anniversary of the death of Daniel Boone (1820) and Levi Strauss (1902). It’s the anniversary of the first televised presidential debate, which featured Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy (1960).
All good, historical, factual information about September 26.
And, on September 26, 2008 … you will get to see FIREPROOF! That’s the date the new movie from the creators of FACING THE GIANTS hits theaters.
If for some unknown, strange, odd reason you can’t make it to the theater on September 26, plan now to be there September 27 or 28.
Why? Because Opening Weekend is the key to any movie’s success. If a movie does well on Opening Weekend, it plays longer in the theaters where it opens and expands into other cities. If it doesn’t do well …
In other words, we have three days—September 26, 27, and 28—to show the movie industry that FIREPROOF is the type of film we want playing in our local cineplexes.
Plan to help FIREPROOF make history in theaters when it opens on September 26!