America’s first lacrosse movie, “Crooked Arrows,” will be premiering this week.

The movie, which is being released in association with, tells the story of a Native American high school team’s unlikely ascent to the prep league championship game. Steve Rash (“The Buddy Holly Story,” “Can’t Buy Me Love”) is the director.

Brandon Routh (“Superman Returns”) has the lead role.

The movie premieres nationally and in Canada on June 1. It may be seen in the following selected theaters in the nation’s No. 1 hotbed for lacrosse, the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tristate region, starting this Friday, May 18:

New York:

Farmingdale:  Farmingdale Multiplex 14
Garden City:  Roosevelt Field 8
Hawthorne: All Westchester Saw Mill Multiplex 10
Port Chester:  AMC Port Chester 14
Stony Brook:  AMC Stony Brook 17
West Nyack:  AMC Palisades Center 21


Danbury: AMC Danbury 16
Fairfield: Fairfield Cinemas at Bullard Square
South Norwalk: Bowtie Cinemas Regent 8 Theaters

New Jersey

New Brunswick: AMC New Brunswick
Ridgewood: Warner Quad


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