Those looking to watch Hollywood's latest thriller "Truth or Dare" for free can get their popcorn ready 7 p.m April 3 in the Normal Theater, days ahead of its wide release.

Students can download a free ticket on the Universal Pictures at ISU Facebook page. 

Guests are encouraged to show up early due to the theater's limited seating. Last semester, during the "Happy Death Day" free screening, people had to be turned away, Universal Pictures intern Derek Blidy said.

Seats are first come first serve, and seats will be given to students before Bloomington-Normal residents.

Free popcorn will also be provided by the Normal Theater.

Lucy Hale, from "Pretty Little Liars," and Tyler Posey, from "Teen Wolf," lead the cast of Blumhouse’s "Truth or Dare." What begins as a harmless game of truth or dare among friends turns deadly when someone—or something—begins to punish those who tell a lie or refuse the dare.

Blumhouse Productions is the company behind other thrillers such as Academy Award winner "Get Out," "Split" and "Happy Death Day."

"This is a great opportunity for ISU students to get out of their apartments and dorms and go see a major motion picture for free," Blidy said. "These types of nights do not come around often, so I hope plenty of students take advantage of it."

"Truth or Dare" will hit movie theaters nationwide April 13.

EMA SASIC is a senior journalism major and Editor-in-Chief and columnist for The Vidette. Any questions or comments regarding her column or The Vidette can be sent to vidette_esasic@ilstu.edu. Follow her on Twitter at @ema_sasic.

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