To promote "Night At The Museum," due out on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on April 24th, Fox Home Entertainment will send “Rexy” on a seven-day road trip from New York to Los Angeles from April 17th - April 24th.
Rexy is the the playful two-ton, 13-foot tall and 21-foot long Tyrannosaurus Rex seen in the film. Rexy’s pals from "Night At The Museum," including Attila the Hun, Enuits, Jebediah, Octavius and the Neanderthals, will bid him farewell with a big celebration in New York on the evening of April 17th.
Rexy will then travel over 3,000 miles on his trek across the country. During the journey, you'll be able to see him from all angles traveling America’s highways on a huge flatbed truck chasing his beloved bone, which will be carried by a yellow Hummer H2.
Rexy will be visiting several local history museums in various cities along the way, finally arriving at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County on April 24th. After departing New York, Rexy will make scheduled stops in Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Las Vegas and San Francisco before landing in Los Angeles.
Full details, locations and dates for the tour follow after the jump.
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The "Night At The Museum" Rexy Tour will make stops in the following cities at the following locations:
* New York, NY – American Museum of Natural History / Broadway – April 17th
* Philadelphia, PA – Academy of Natural Sciences – April 18th
* Washington D.C. – Robert Brent Elementary Museum Magnet School – April 18th
* Detroit, MI – The Henry Ford Museum – April 19th
* Chicago, IL – The Field Museum – April 19th
* St. Louis, MO – Missouri History Museum – April 20th
* Kansas City, KS – Science City at Union Station – April 20
* Denver, CO – Starfest Sci-Fi Convention – April 21st
* Las Vegas, NV – Las Vegas Natural History Museum / Las Vegas Strip - April 22nd
* San Francisco, CA – April 23rd
* Los Angeles, CA – Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County – April 24th