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Best of Outdoor Summer Movies in Seattle

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The Fremont Outdoor Movies is celebrating it’s 19th season in Seattle, the premiere outdoor movie series. Starting Saturday, June 25, it’s a scarefest extraordinare. It’s good old-fashioned outdoor fun on Saturday nights through the summer. Bring a blanket, popcorn and get settled in for some laughs… and scares.

Fremont Outdoor Movies
3500 Phinney Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103

Saturday, June 25
Shaun of the Dead

The fun starts at 7pm with fun pre-show games and contest, cool announcements from Seattle’s very own ZomBcon 2011, the world’s first-ever Zombie culture convention in the world. Join in for an unforgettable night and prepare yourself for some Zombie killing fun!

Saturday, July 9

The Legend of Ron Burgundy, starring Will Ferrell.

Saturday, July 16

Where it all began… the first of the Twilight movie series. Starring Robert Pattison.

Saturday, July 23
Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle

Investment banker Harold Lee (John Cho) is persuaded to do his colleagues work as they leave for the weekend. Elsewhere, Kumar Patel (Kal Penn) attends a medical school interview at the behest of his father but intentionally botches it to avoid gaining a place.

Saturday, July 30
Princess Bride

One of the most oft-quoted movies from the 1990s. Starring Robin Wright, Billy Crystal, André the Giant and more in an all-star cast.

FRIDAY, August 5
Clockwork Orange

It’s a Clockwork Orange 40th Anniversary Tribute on a special Friday night showing.

Saturday, August 5
Pulp Fiction

A cult classic starring John Travolta and Uma Thurman.

Saturday, August 13
Tron (1982) and Tron Legacy (2010)

It’s a Tron-A-Thon with this double feature.

Saturday, August 27
The Big Lebowski

The season wouldn’t be complete without a screening of the “The Big Lebowski” in Fremont. The Dude Fest kicks off a new northwest celebration for all things related to the 1998 Coen brothers cult comedy, “The Big Lebowski.”

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