It is shark week. Yes, I know we live in New England and we hear stories about sharks more often than just during shark week. But there are more than just shark stories that we hear and see. We also see a lot of shark movies including one main film that takes place in New England, I am talking about "Jaws."

There are many amazing shark-themed movies, although some may disagree that they are all amazing. "Jaws," "47 Meters Down," "The Meg," "Sharktopus," "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou," and of course all of the "Sharknado" films are just some of the movies that revolve around sharks.

Well, if you enjoy watching movies about sharks then you will be happy to hear you can catch some of your favorites at the  New England Aquarium's IMAX theater.

That's right, they will be playing shark movies from your past up on the big screen. However, it is important to note that each movie will only be screened for one night only.

New England Aquarium IMAX Schedule

Saturday, July 30th - "Sharknado" at 7 pm

"Sharknado" is about a crazy storm (tornado) that ends up bringing tons of sharks ashore in Los Angeles and a group of friends attempts to stay clear from the sharks and all the destruction. You can find tickets and more information for "Sharknado" here.

Saturday, September 10th - "Jaws" at 7 pm

"Jaws" is a classic film about a bloodthirsty great white shark that terrorizes a summer resort town. You can find tickets and more information for "Jaws" here.

Saturday, October 1st - "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" at 7 pm

"The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" is about a famous oceanographer and his crew that are seeking revenge on a shark that ate his best friend. You can find tickets and more information on "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" here.

According to the New England Aquarium, tickets for these films are only $5 a person, which makes for a fun and not expensive night out in the city.

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