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Free Screening of Great Wolf Entertainment's First Animated Film at Bryant Park

Free Screening of Great Wolf Entertainment's First Animated Film

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An afternoon free screening at Bryant Park of Great Wolf Entertainment's first-ever animated film called "The Great Wolf Pack: A Call to Adventure" (TRT: 44 minutes). The film follows five unlikely woodland friends- Wiley Wolf, Violet Wolf, Oliver Raccoon, Sammy Squirrel and Brinley Bear- who are chosen by the Great Wolf Spirit to journey on adventures and help others in need. Along the way, they form an unbreakable bond and become the Great Wolf Pack. The fun and heartwarming film will be accompanied by free giveaways and live entertainment elements, offering an incredible afternoon of family entertainment. "The Great Wolf Pack: A Call to Adventure" is the first project developed by Great Wolf Entertainment, and is part of a robust content strategy designed to expand storytelling opportunities for the Great Wolf characters. Families are encouraged to arrive early as there will be character meet-and-greets and kid-friendly entertainment available 45-minutes before the scheduled showtime. The event will be open to the public of all ages. Seating on the lawn is first come, first served. Complimentary popcorn will be provided to the first 5,000 attendees.

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About Bryant Park

40th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues

Midtown, NY

604-862-5683

  • Standard hours: Monday-Sunday, 7am; Closing time varies by season

  • Bryant Park is situated behind the New York Public Library in midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

    Today’s version of Bryant Park–with its gravel paths, green chairs, and jaunty le carrousel–is a recent invention. Though the space has been called Bryant Park since 1842, the park has had a checkered career. By 1979, it was the site of frequent muggings and drug deals and was avoided by knowledgeable New Yorkers. An almost ten-year effort, begun in 1980, transformed the park and its reputation.