The one day only documentary Betty White: A Celebration is set to premiere in over 900 movie theatres across the US on 17 January 2022. The Golden Girls actress who spent seven decades in the film industry passed away on 31 December 2021 and the date of the movie premiere would have marked her 100th birthday.
The much anticipated showing will be available to view in cinemas for just one night only so we’ve taken a look into how to get tickets, where to view the movie and what to expect of it.
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Where to watch Betty White: A Celebration
The documentary celebrating Betty White’s life can be viewed in over 900 movie theatres across all 50 states. Whilst each state has a different number of movie theatres showing the film, California, New York and Florida are amongst the locations with the highest number of possible places to view.
At current, the movie will only be available in theatres and there are yet to be any announcements that the 100th birthday special will be on any streaming service in the future.
The movie will also only be available to view in US theatres on its premiere date.
How to purchase tickets
Tickets can either be purchased at a local movie theatre that is showing the film or online via Fathom Events.
Fathom Events also allows you to search your zip code to find out the nearest screening of the movie to you.
Although the movie will be premiering on 17 January 2022 only, there are three viewings at 1 pm, 4 pm and 7 pm at most locations.
Ticket prices also differ depending on the movie theatre of your choice and begin from $12 per person.
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What to expect from Betty White: A Celebration
The documentary which has a running time of 1 hour and 40 minutes is set to delve into the long-standing career of actress and comedian Betty White.
The documentary will touch on many of White’s acting roles including The Golden Girls, Hot in Cleveland and her appearance on Saturday Night Live.
Set to be a tribute to White’s greatest moments, the movie will also feature cameos of both White and several other famous faces including Valerie Bertinelli and Clint Eastwood.
Producers Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein said in a statement on the Fathom Events page: “This celebration of America’s sweetheart is an opportunity to remember Betty White’s amazing life and career.”