Special Primetime Movie Night Launches Friday Nights This Summer Beginning Friday, June 11th on CNBC
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., May 19, 2010— CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today announced a special night of programming entitled “CNBC Cinema” airing Friday nights this summer.
From the most dramatic weekend on Wall Street since 1929 to an elaborate art heist to a stockbroker willing to do anything to get to the top, beginning Friday, June 11th through Friday, July 23rd, CNBC will premiere a feature film every Friday night as part of CNBC’s new summer primetime movie night.
Following is the “CNBC Cinema” programming schedule (All Times are in ET):
Friday, June 11th – The Last Days of Lehman Brothers (9PM/10PM/12AM/1AM)
Friday, June 18th – The Thomas Crown Affair (8PM – 10:30PM & 11:30PM – 2AM)
Friday, June 25th – The Player (8PM – 11PM & 11PM-2AM)
Friday, July 2nd – Wall Street (8PM – 11PM & 11PM-2AM)
Sunday, July 4th – Wall Street (8PM – 11PM)
Monday, July 5th – Wall Street (5PM – 8PM)
Friday, July 9th – The Rainmaker (8PM – 11PM & 11PM-2AM)
Friday, July 16th -- The Last Days of Lehman Brothers (9PM/12AM)
Friday, July 23rd – Wall Street (8PM – 11PM & 11PM-2AM)
For more information including brief synopses, log on to: cinema.cnbc.com.
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