“Atlas Shrugged” Film to Hit Theaters Around Tax Day

I’m assuming many of the readers of this blog are Ayn Rand fans, or at least are aware of her work. While the idea has been kicked around for years — and likely decades — a film version of "Atlas Shrugged" is slated to hit theaters on April 15.

While I don’t personally subscribe to her entire philosophy of Objectivism, or her seemingly blanket rejection of any sort of a "collective," I do think her themes and warnings of overarching state abuse and its impact on the business community are noteworthy for our purposes.

The film will be released in three parts. And its fan site busts a few myths about its production, as well. Watch the trailer and let us know if you’re enthused:

5 thoughts on ““Atlas Shrugged” Film to Hit Theaters Around Tax Day

  1. I can hardly wait for this! We are heading to Chicago to see it the first weekend.

  2. No Indiana showings scheduled yet, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see them come.

  3. Call theaters and ask for it here. My wife and have and will continue to do so.

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