METALLICA: 'Some Kind Of Monster' Opening Weekend Details Announced

METALLICA's much-anticipated $4-million documentary "Some Kind of Monster" will be released in small theaters in New York and San Francisco on July 9, with plans to show the movie in other U.S. markets by the fall. METALLICA have struck a service deal with IFC Pictures in which the band will pick up all the marketing costs in order to control distribution of the film.

Here is a list of the opening weekend cities and theaters:


New York City
143 East Houston Street

AMC Empire
234 West 42nd Street


Los Angeles
Pacific Arclight
6360 Sunset Blvd. at Vine

Camera 7
1875 S. Bascom Ave

California Theatres
2113 Kittredge Street

Santa Cruz
Del Mar
1124 Pacific Ave.

Santa Rosa
Roxy Stadium 14
85 Santa Rosa Ave.

Santa Monica
Laemmie Monica
1332 2nd Street

Laemmie Playhouse
6713 East Colorado Blvd.

"Some Kind of Monster" will open on July 16 in the following Canadian cities:

Quebec City


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