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Disney to Close Early Tomorrow to Watch a Movie
In order to have a red carpet premiere of the latest Pirates of the Caribbean cash cow, Disneyland will be kicking everyone out of their kingdom tomorrow night at 5pm so that they can celebrate with their VIPs the fact that they were able to make billions off three films based on a cheesy ride.
The third film in the trilogy is debuting at the park because it is based on one of its most popular attractions. Disneyland, which is owned by The Walt Disney Co., hosted last year's premiere of the second film, "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest." The park will close to regular guests at 5 p.m. to make way for the red carpet, which will stretch down Main Street USA. to Frontierland, where the film will be shown on huge screens erected in front of Tom Sawyer Island. - AP
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