Chance the Rapper is sending fans to see ‘Marshall’ for free
Months after Chance the Rapper bought out a day’s worth of movie tickets so his fans could see Get Out for free, the musician’s done it again, this time for Friday showings of Marshall at two Chicago theaters.
“Go see Marshall today for free,” he wrote in an impromptu “press release” shared Friday morning on Twitter. His post also suggested he’ll make an appearance at a 3 p.m. showing of the film and encouraged fans to join.
Starring Chadwick Boseman, Marshall – which hit theaters Friday – centers on an early case in Thurgood Marshall’s long career, years before he became the first black justice appointed to the United States Supreme Court.
Director Reginald Hudlin and actor Josh Gad, who also stars, shared their thanks on Twitter.