FORT GREENE — "Orange is the New Black" star Taylor Schilling will take part in a movie marathon at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where views can enjoy a happy hour, "Jurassic Park," midnight snacks and even yoga.
The 24-Hour Movie Marathon is a fundraiser for BAM's arts education programs and takes place inside the theater where participants will cozy up to binge-watch flicks like "Clueless," "Dazed and Confused" and "An American in Paris."
Viewers can refuel with caffeine, enjoy drink specials, chow down on midnight snacks and even stretch during yoga sessions led by Brooklyn Boulders in between flicks.
Taylor Schilling will also make an appearance during the night, along with world champion climber Sasha DiGiulian and other surprise guests.
Movie marathoners have to raise a minimum of $250 through CrowdRise.com, an online fundraising site founded by big screen actor Edward Norton, to participate.
"I’ve lived in New York for 23 years and been a theater rat that whole time and I can’t even count the number of great things I’ve seen at BAM," Norton said in a statement. "I’m really excited to see BAM working with CrowdRise and creatively leveraging all the fun experiences it provides to generate support for its future."
The event raised almost $10,000 as of Friday morning.
Fundraisers have the chance to win an "American History X" Poster Signed by Edward Norton along with other prizes.
The event starts at 8 p.m. on Sept. 5.
For more information visit the BAM's CrowdRise website.