VENUE AND EVENT INFO
KILL BILL I & II MOVIE NIGHT
Double Feature Screening of Kill Bill I & II with Deadly Interactive Lobby
BANG BANG. Enter The Wiltern and fall into the beginning of The Bride’s revenge… The lobby might hold a few ghosts of The Bride’s past so keep your eyes out for any assassins… Before and during intermission, continue to celebrate the legacy of Kill Bill with movie inspired drinks, DJ Mr. Numberwonderful spinning the legendary RZA produced soundtrack, Tacos 1986 livening up our outdoor patio with fresh tacos and practice your kung fu poses for all the photo opps. Dressing up is highly encouraged. Fake brides acceptable, scorned brides…let us help enact your revenge.
Enjoy a special screening of Quentin Tarantino’s iconic two part film Kill Bill. An evening of Japanese swords, yellow jumpsuits and unfinished business at The Wiltern on Friday, August 23!
More to be announced as we get closer to the screening!
18 + event
$ 15 Early Bird GA: 7/9/2019 – 8/9/2019
$ 20 Early Bird VIP: 7/9/2019 – 8/9/2019
$ 20 GA: 8/10/2019 – Day of Show
$ 25 VIP: 8/10/2019 – Day of Show
$ 25 GA Day of Show
$ 30 VIP Day of Show
All seats are first come, first served in your ticket type section.
ABOUT KILL BILL:
A former assassin, known simply as The Bride (Uma Thurman), wakes from a coma four years after her jealous ex-lover Bill (David Carradine) attempts to murder her on her wedding day. Fueled by an insatiable desire for revenge, she vows to get even with every person who contributed to the loss of her unborn child, her entire wedding party, and four years of her life. After devising a hit list, The Bride sets off on her quest, enduring unspeakable injury and unscrupulous enemies.
Movie Night at the Wiltern is a General Admission Seated Event. Purchase your tickets at the Hollywood Palladium every Saturday from 10am-2pm without service charges for this event. This is subject to availability. Box Office is not open during holiday weekends. Check ticket availability by calling 213.531.0588
Tarantina mashes up a mélange of burlesque, striptease, acrobatics and circus theatrics, with each performance enhanced with costumes and props evoking Quentin Tarantino's cinematic canon. The show is a curation of the many powerful female figures who populate his films (and a few from friend and frequent collaborator Robert Rodriguez), backed by a potent array of musical selections culled from the movie's indelible soundtracks. Call it bump-and-grindhouse.