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big screen

n.
1. The large screen on which movies are displayed in movie theaters.
2. The medium in which movies are shown: a television star making her debut on the big screen.

big screen

n
(Film) an informal name for the cinema
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This critically acclaimed and five-time Olivier-winning play, filmed on London's West End, will be broadcast on the big screen ONTHURSDAY, July 25, as part of NationalTheatre Live's 10th birthday season.
This critically acclaimed and five-time Olivier-winning play, filmed on London'sWest End, will be broadcast on the big screen on Thursday, July 25 as part of National Theatre Live's 10th birthday season.
KARACHI -- There were hardly any outdoor big screens for watching the Pakistan versus India match of the ICC World Cup being telecast live from Old Trafford in Manchester on Sunday as most people preferred watching the face-off within the cool confines of their homes.
In a bid to increase Event Cinema opportunities from streaming live sporting action to hosting independent workshops, Novo invited famous Bahrani YouTuber 'Spooki', known for reviewing video games and with over 2million subscribers, to the ultimate big screen experience.
The thoroughly missed actor is sharing the big screen for the first time with Rhian Ramos in the dark-romance film by Joel Ruiz.
Summary: New Delhi [India] Oct 13(ANI): After treating fans with an exhilarating trailer, the makers of much-anticipated 'Thugs of Hindostan' have unveiled a new poster of the film, ready to 'light up' the big screens.
Kirklees Council chiefs said there wasn't enough time to arrange a big screen presence in the town centre for the make-or-break match.
The statement reads: "The overwhelming increase in audience numbers means that we don't feel we can continue to safeguard students, staff and visitors on the piazza during match screenings and we will not be showing any more of the World Cup on the big screen on campus.
"We'll be showing the match, and after racing it could be dedicated to the big screens, although we'll be showing racing from around the country as usual as well."
All the action will be shown on a big screen, with gates open at 5pm on Tuesday ahead of the 7pm kick-off.
What It's understood Manchester council has no plans currently to build a big screen for the remaining games - but would consider helping a sponsor if one came forward.
Meanwhile, Diaz took a break from the big screen for some time.