Kim Hinson, the Air & Space Center's deputy director, said the museums made a conscious decision to work together on "Attack of the Clones."
"It's a big market, and a lot of people in the area are going to want to see this film," Hinson
said."I think there will be enough demand for tickets to justify both museums having it, especially if we can draw from the Richmond market, as well."The Science Museum of Virginia
in Richmond hasn't announced the movie's booking yet, but a spokeswoman said it was "probable" that the museum would book "Attack" within the next two weeks.
"Beauty and the Beast," the first feature movie to be digitally reformatted for IMAX screens, was a hit at the Virginia Marine Science Museum this year."Apollo 13," the first live-action movie to make that move, is now drawing big crowds at the Air & Space Center