See ‘Sing’ Free at a Theater Near You on Nov. 26

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If you have kiddos in your house — or grandkids who will be visiting for the Thanksgiving holiday — you can take them to the movies on Saturday, Nov. 26.

AMC Theaters will host free screenings of the movie “Sing” at 10 a.m. on the Saturday after the big holiday feast. The free tickets will be available at the box office starting at 9 a.m. At least 200 tickets will be available at each participating theater.

“Sing” is a 3-D computer-animated musical comedy film featuring Hollywood stars — such as Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane and Scarlett Johansson — giving voice to amusing animal characters with musical aspirations. (Picture a snail belting out “Ride Like the Wind.”) The movie from the creators of “Despicable Me” features dozens of classic songs from famous artists.

The film doesn’t officially open until Dec. 21, so the Nov. 26 showing is both a sneak preview and a freebie.

For a list of participating theaters, check out the official event website.

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