DETROIT – December 13, 2021 – Just in time for the holidays, multi-platinum artist and philanthropist Big Sean and the Sean Anderson Foundation will gift 150 youths from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan with a special private screening of Sony Pictures’ new film Spider-Man: No Way Home. The screening is set to take place December 14th at Emagine Royal Oak which is located at 200 N Main Street Royal Oak, Michigan.
“I want to wish a happy holiday to everyone and hope the BGCSM youth enjoy Spider-Man: No Way Home as much as I plan to,” said Big Sean. “I haven’t been this hyped about a movie since Black Panther super ready to experience the Multiverse. Let’s Go!!!!”
Big Sean and his mother, Myra Anderson—co-founders of the Sean Anderson Foundation continue to play active roles in the lives of Detroit youth and families not only through fun activities such as movie screenings and the annual D.O.N. Weekend, but through collaboration and support of BGCSM. The 95-year-old organization has reimagined the future of afterschool learning and continues to stay agile and expand to better support the needs of our changing youth, ensuring that they are career, start-up and homeowner ready.
Spider-Man: No Way Home debuts exclusively in movie theaters on December 17.
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