Last night the global premiere of The Chemical Brothers; Don’t Think, directed by Adam Smith, took place in 25 cities across the globe. The verdict from the 4000 dedicated fans lucky enough to have secured a ticket was unanimous: It was a one of a kind movie theatre experience clearly not to be missed! The premiere in London saw exuberant fans, including Keira Knightley as well as The Chemical Brothers and Adam Smith, dancing* in the aisles and applauding along with the Fuji crowd, a reaction mirrored in cities across the world from Auckland, New York to Buenos Aires.

Don’t Think has clearly redefined the cinematic experience, an art form which The Chemical Brothers are evidently immersed and well-versed in, as only two weeks ago, Tom Rowlands picked up the L.A film critics awards for best score for The Chemical Brothers work on Hanna.

For those that weren’t successful in securing a ticket to these sell out premieres, The Chemical Brothers will bring their in-theatre concert event, The Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think to more than 200 select movie theatres across the U.S. FOR ONLY ONE NIGHT on Wednesday February 1, 2012. Tickets for this critically lauded and utterly jaw dropping event are available at participating theatre box offices and online at:

For a complete list of theater locations, visit the NCM Fathom website (theaters and participants are subject to change).
*See the crowd at the LA premiere go wild HERE

"’Don’t Think’ jolts you from the cinema deep into the violently psychedelic heart of a Japanese rave. This, like the Chemical Brothers’ best work, is a neck bracing tour de force to behold. Scary, sublime, trippy, exhilarating. Don’t think, just swoon." Rolling Stone
"A feast for the mind" IFC
“..One of the best films about dance music ever made.” The Guardian
“An astonishing, celluloid rush of blood to the head.” The Sunday Telegraph

This exclusive concert event is brought to you by Black Dog Films, Astralwerks, NCM Fathom and Omniverse Vision.
About National CineMedia (NCM)
NCM operates NCM Media Networks, a leading integrated media company reaching U.S. consumers in movie theaters, online and through mobile technology.  The NCM Cinema Network and NCM Fathom present cinema advertising and events across the nation’s largest digital in-theater network, comprised of theaters owned by AMC Entertainment Inc., Cinemark Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CNK), Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC) and other leading regional theater circuits. NCM’s theater advertising network covers 176 Designated Market Areas® (49 of the top 50) and includes over 18,300 screens (17,300 digital). During 2010, approximately 700 million patrons attended movies shown in theaters in which NCM currently has exclusive, cinema advertising agreements in place.  The NCM Fathom Events broadcast network is comprised of nearly 700 locations in 165 Designated Market Areas® (all of the top 50). The NCM Interactive Network offers 360-degree integrated marketing opportunities in combination with cinema, encompassing 42 entertainment-related websites, online widgets and mobile applications.  National CineMedia, Inc. (NASDAQ: NCMI) owns a 48.7% interest in and is the managing member of National CineMedia LLC. For more information, visit

About Black Dog Films
Black Dog Films has operated as the music-video arm of Ridley Scott Associates for 15 years producing music videos to the highest level as well as documentaries and long form videos.  As part of the production powerhouse that is RSA Films it has offices in London, Los Angeles, New York and Hong Kong.  “Don’t Think” is Black Dog’s third feature length concert film, having previously produced Green Day’s “Bullet In a Bible” and the Grammy award winning “I’m Going To Tell You a Secret” for Madonna.

About Omniverse Vision Ltd
Omniverse Vision is a leading distributor and producer of premium alternative content for digital cinemas globally. Headquartered in London, it has delivered events including Faithless (Live from Brixton), JLS – Eyes Wide Open, Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Concert and Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert to more than 1500 cinemas.

About Astralwerks
Founded in 1993, Astralwerks is a New York-based record label that blossomed during the mid-’90s electronic music explosion and grew to represent some of the world’s leading exponents of electronic, alternative rock and electro-pop music including The Chemical Brothers, Air, The Kooks, Hot Chip, The B-52s, David Guetta, Kraftwerk, Bat For Lashes, Goldfrapp, Kylie Minogue, Pet Shop Boys, Swedish House Mafia and many more. The label’s mission is still very much grounded in developing genre-defying new artists with a unique musical vision.