National GeographicTM 3D Cinema

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National GeographicTM 3D Cinema

Step into the National Geographic 3D Cinema, presented by M&T Bank, and get ready to travel the world and beyond right from your seat!

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Asteroid: Mission Extreme

Daily Showtimes: 10:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m.
Run time: 25 minutes
Asteroid: Mission Extreme takes audiences on a journey 65 million years in the making to discover how asteroids are both a danger and an opportunity for those of us on planet Earth. The danger of course lies in the possibility of a cataclysmic collision; the opportunity is the crazy idea that asteroids could be stepping stones to other worlds—veritable way stations in space—allowing us to penetrate the deepest realms of the universe. The challenges are enormous, but the idea could ultimately save humankind. Explore with us the possibilities in Asteroid: Mission Extreme.

Flying Monsters

Daily Showtimes: 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m.
Run time: 20 minutes
National Geographic Entertainment’s Flying Monsters 3D sets out to uncover the truth about the dinosaur cousin, the pterosaur, with a wingspan of approximately 12 meters (40 feet) and equal to that of a modern-day jet plane.

Flying Monsters 3D features one of the greatest mysteries in paleontology: how and why did pterosaurs fly? How did creatures the size of giraffes defy gravity and soar through prehistoric skies?

Mysteries of the Unseen World

Daily Showtimes: 12:30 p.m.
Run time: 40 minutes
A new 3D giant screen film adventure takes audiences on an extraordinary journey into unseen worlds and hidden dimensions beyond our normal vision to uncover the mysteries of things too fast, too slow, too small or simply invisible.

MYSTERIES OF THE UNSEEN WORLD, an original production by National Geographic Studios and Day’s End Pictures, narrated by Forest Whitaker. Created by an award-winning veteran film team, the new 40-minute large format experience is produced by Jini Dürr.

MYSTERIES OF THE UNSEEN WORLD uses innovative high-speed and time-lapse photography, electron microscopy, and nanotechnology, to transport audiences to an enthralling secret world of nature, events, and breathtaking phenomena not visible to the naked eye.

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