"Tony n' Tina's Wedding" Film to Play Midnight Screenings at New York's IFC Film Center

News   "Tony n' Tina's Wedding" Film to Play Midnight Screenings at New York's IFC Film Center
 
The film adaptation of the long-running Off-Broadway show, "Tony n' Tina's Wedding," will play an exclusive engagement at New York City's IFC Film Center.

Joey McIntyre (Wicked and tick, tick... BOOM!) and Mila Kunis ("That 70's Show") star as the title newlyweds in the film, which also features stage veterans Daisy Eagan, Priscilla Lopez, Richard Portnow and Mary Testa. Adrian Grenier ("Entrouage") and Krista Allen ("Anger Management") also appear.

Roger Paradiso directs the 110-minute film that debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2004. Emerging Pictures presents the film premiere at the IFC Film Center starting Nov. 30 in a series of midnight-only screenings on Fridays and Saturdays.

"Women attending the screenings in wedding dresses will get in free and couples arriving with valid marriage licenses can hitch the knot in front of a valid wedding officiator, friends, and complete strangers at the theater!" according to a release.

Tony n' Tina's Wedding was created by the improv comedy troupe Artificial Intelligence. After exchanging vows at St. John's Church in Greenwich Village for ten years, Tony n' Tina's Wedding moved to St. Luke's and the Edison in August 1998.

For tickets to Tony n' Tina's Wedding, visit the show's website at www.tonylovestina.com.

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