Experience Disney Pixar's Brave at El Capitan Theatre, Plus Live Stage ShowEl Capitan Theatre (6838 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028)
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Picking up where The Avengers left off, Iron Man 3 finds Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) facing off against a new mysterious supervillain. After an attack at the Stark Expo where bodyguard "Happy" Hogan (Jon Favreau) is injured, Stark sets out to uncover this new threat and stop those responsible. Even with the help of "Pepper" Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and Col. James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) and his Iron Patriot alias, Stark will need to use his ingenuity and instincts to protect the human race. Shot in 3-D and directed by Shane Black, this film also stars Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale and Ben Kingsley. While at the El Capitan, check out a display of collectibles and comic books from the private collection of Stan Lee, take a picture with the Tony Stark wax figure from Madame Tussauds and see the innovative projects from the nationwide finalists of Marvel's Iron Man 3: Inventor and Innovator Fair. Learn More
Goldstar Member Tips
Park a couple of blocks away. Price goes down.
Parking is crazy... its hollywood, so come early and expect delays.
78 Goldstar Member Reviews
Written on Mar 23 2013
Written on Aug 06 2012
Watching a Disney movie at El Capitan is always more fun than at a regular theater because you get the added "Disney Character" show before the movie. It sets the mood for an enjoyable evening. The movie was another "good fairy tale", enjoyed by both, grandparents and grandchildren (ages 11 & 14).
Written on Jul 30 2012
I attended this event as a birthday gift for an 11 y/o boy. Neither of us had been to this theater before. We took the Gold and Red Line trains which was very convenient, relaxing, interesting and cost-effective. The theater is wonderful, the staff was friendly, and the live show, including the organist and the beautiful Wurlitzer organ, was great. Lots of talent there and the exuberant live performances added to the enjoyment of the event.
The movie is very good. Classically Disney except no parent is lost, which is great, but it was still quite scary and left some very young children in tears partly, I expect, due to the large screen and loud volume, which would be somewhat mitigated on a normal TV screen.
This film is in 3-D, which I dreaded as my personal experience with that has been awful: blue and red lenses in paper glasses. Needless to say, this technology is greatly improved, added a lot to the experience, and had me jumping in my seat.
Overall, a very good show/experience/theater and we plan to return.
Written on Jul 23 2012
I liked it, but I do wish they'd go back to drawing the features instead of using CGI.