‘There Will Be Blood’ (and an orchestra)


This week, take a break from stressing over whether MoviePass will offer any movie you’re mildly interested in at any theater vaguely near your apartment and opt for the New York Philharmonic’s screening of “There Will Be Blood” instead. The renowned symphony orchestra will perform the score live as the film that earned Daniel Day-Lewis an Oscar for his gripping portrayal of a ruthless oilman plays on the big screen. Performances begin at 7:30pm on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 12-13, at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall, with tickets starting at $30.

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