PITTSBURGH — Three theaters in the Pittsburgh area are set to screen “Purple Rain” in memory of Prince starting Saturday.
Prince's Oscar and Grammy award-winning "Purple Rain" will be showing Saturday through Thursday at Carmike Cinemas 15 in Greensburg and Carmike Cinemas 10 in Bethel Park. The AMC Loews Waterfront Theater in Homestead will be showing the film two times a day for about a week.
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“Purple Rain” will be showing in approximately 80 theaters across 24 states.
The showings are in tribute to the late singer who was found dead at his Minnesota estate Thursday. He was 57.
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