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RSVP for a free ticket to see gay love story ‘Spoiler Alert’ premiere at Castro Theatre!

Grab a seat for this 'heartwarming' movie, with the filmmakers and stars in attendance.

Attend the San Francisco premiere of Focus Features’ new romantic comedy, SPOILER ALERT, based on Michael Ausiello’s memoir, ‘Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies,’ a heart-warming and life affirming story of love in the face of illness. 

The screening will take place on Monday, November 14th at 7PM at the Castro Theatre and will feature an post-screening in-person Q&A with Executive Producer and Author, Michael Ausiello, and the stars of the film, Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”) and Ben Aldridge (“Pennyworth”, “Fleabag”).

 Seating will be first come, first served and not guaranteed. You are encouraged to arrive early. 

Fill out this form to RSVP for a ticket!

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