For Those Who Can’t Afford to See ‘Love, Simon,’ These Celebrities Are Buying Out Theaters for Free Screenings

For Those Who Can’t Afford to See ‘Love, Simon,’ These Celebrities Are Buying Out Theaters for Free Screenings

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Greg Berlanti’s latest film, Love, Simon, is getting great reviews. The queer coming-of-age story is resonating with a lot of people — especially LGBTQ people who don’t always get to see their stories on the big screen. But not everyone who wants to see it can afford to go to the theaters, and that’s where PFLAG and certain celebrities come in. They’re organizing Love, Simon buyouts of theaters so people can see it for free.

There are a number of free screenings across the country, thanks to this PFLAG campaign. Openly gay TV and film star Matt Bomer has bought out the film’s 4 p.m. screening on Sunday, March 25 at the AMC Spring 10 in his hometown of Spring, Texas.

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