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Saturday, February 9, 2013, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
ACME Screening Room, 25 South Union Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530
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Members (Talk only) $40.00 $3.00
Non-Members (Talk only) $50.00 $3.50
Members (Talk & Signed Book) $70.00 $4.49
Non-Members (Talk & Signed Book) $80.00 $4.99
"Free" Ticket with Renewal or New Membership-single $40.00 $3.00
"Free" Ticket with Renewal or New Membership-couple $70.00 $4.49
"Free" Ticket PLUS BOOK with Renewal or New Membership-single $70.00 $4.49
"Free" Ticket PLUS BOOK with Renewal or New Membership-couple $100.00 $5.99
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Meet BATMAN’s Executive Producer Michael Uslan
Saturday, February 9
5 pm -¬ 7 pm Talk, plus Q & A, followed by book signing, The Boy Who Loved
Batman, Uslan’s memoir (book signing will begin at 6 pm for ticketholders only)
Plus, BATMAN merchandise sale-fundraiser!


Join us for an evening with Michael Uslan, originator and Executive Producer of the Batman  movie franchise, from 1989's "Batman" through 2012's "The Dark Knight Rises," and hear him speak about his crusade to bring BATMAN to the big screen, his love of comic books, life in Hollywood, and how he, a regular blue-collar kid from New Jersey, grew up to make BATMAN one of the most successful film franchises in the world.  Time will be reserved for audience questions.  After his talk, Michael Uslan will sign his memoir, The Boy Who Loved Batman (book signing will begin at 6 pm for ticketholders only).  This event is a fundraiser for ACME Screening Room, and Michael Uslan is generously donating his time and 30% of the proceeds of his book sales from the event, to raise funds for our theater.

Michael Uslan is the executive producer of films such as Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight. He is also one of the highest-grossing movie producers of all time, with The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises each having passed the $1 billion mark. He has also been involved with such films as National Treasure and Constantine and won the Emmy Award for bringing "Where On Earth Is Carmen SanDiego" to television.

He has also written a number of comic books, including Batman, The Shadow, and Archie.  His additional writing credits feature the internationally syndicated newspaper comic strip, Terry and the Pirates; the historic comic book project with Stan Lee, Just Imagine; the graphic novel, Batman: Detective 27; the historic Archie Gets Married, and Dick Clark's The First 25 Years of Rock and Roll.

Uslan is the recipient of an Annie Award for the animated movie Batman Beyond: Return of The Joker, and a Peoples Choice Award for the movie Batman. His other producing work in television includes Robin Cook's Harmful Intent and the chilling PBS mini-series Three Sovereigns for Sarah, based on the true story of the Salem Witch Trials starring Vanessa Redgrave. Chronicle Books has published his memoir, The Boy Who Loved Batman (, the story of how a kid from a New Jersey blue collar family grew up to make Batman one of the most successful film franchises in the world.

Uslan has been a speaker at West Point, the United Nations and State Department, the Smithsonian Institution, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the world's largest Comic Cons. He is Vice Chairman of the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission, and recently was awarded by Monmouth University the world's first ever Doctorate in Comic Books.


If you purchase a Member priced ticket you must present proof of a valid and active ACME Membership when redeeming this ticket or you will have to pay the difference between the Member ticket price and the Non-Member price upon admission to this event.

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