'Indiana Jones' movie to be screened for private audience

By Carrie Coppernoll Modified: April 22, 2008 at 5:37 pm •  Published: April 22, 2008

A private screening of the new movie "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" will be May 18 for select benefactors of The Children's Center, a nonprofit hospital for children with complicated medical problems. The movie will make its public debut May 22.

A story about the screening posted on NewsOK.com today contained incorrect information gathered from a news conference this morning at The Children's Center. The incorrect information included that the movie would premiere in Oklahoma City and that the event would be a fundraiser for The Children's Center.

"As far as anything with a financial benefit, that's not happening," said Scott Coppenbarger, communications director for The Children's Center. "When it was announced this morning, we had no idea what the logistics were and how this was all going to work out."


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