Reel Science at Capitol Theatre Screens “X-Men: First Class,” with a Discussion of its Plausibility

Wed 4/3 @ 7PM

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Cleveland Cinemas collaborate on the “Reel Science” film series, a sort of serious/sort of tongue-in-cheek look at a popular film featuring a science fiction angle. The film screens, followed by a discussion with a CMNH expert about how plausible the scientific angles in the film are.

This month at the Capitol Theatre, Reel Science takes a look at the 2011 superhero film X-Man: First Class, in which a pair of young men from different backgrounds discover their superpowers for the first time and in the process become enemies. Dr. Nicole Burt, curator of Human Health and Evolutionary Medicine at the museum, will give an introduction and lead the post-film discussion.

Admission is $8


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