Sort of anyway. Apparently Microsoft and Mass Effect want to tune into the fading popularity of Battlestar Galactica by sponsoring theatrical premieres of Battlestar Galactica Razor, otherwise known as the story of Admiral Cain, otherwise known as the one Admiral on the series who wasn’t a screw up and was actually committed to finishing the fight, otherwise known as the last gasp of Battlestar Galactica before the SciFi Channel begins splitting it up into pieces for its final season/seasons.
Anyway you can find a theater to register at here but be warned that this only covers a few major urban markets such as Boston and New York and that the theaters in the more upscale neighbors were taken right away by the local geek crowd. So if you want to go see it in New york City for example, go look for a theater in the Bronx, not in Manhattan. Or just get on line that day, claim you’re Ron Moore’s nephew and try to bully your way on in past frustrated and tired ticket takers who have seen it all before.
Meanwhile the entire thing complete with delays of Season 3 Battlestar Galactica DVD’s even as SciFi is trying to push a Season 4 DVD here is pissing off Battlestar Galactica fans even more. And it’s hard to blame them too. I mean if SciFi can arrange this big push for Razor, why can’t it get the Season 3 DVD’s out the door or air Season 4 or arrange for a workable spinoff of Battlestar Galactica? Maybe Microsoft needs to sponsor that.