I heard about the ticket stuff on the news. It's insane that people are actually scalping tix to this movie. And it's insane that it's only going to run for a single week. Once again, I have to use my GG logic: what good does making an item so limited have to the company that sells it? Wouldn't you be better off leaving the film in theaters for a regular, theatrical run and raking in the $$ instead of just doing a week and having people sell $8 tickets for $50? How does the film company - or the theater, the artist, etc. - make money from scalpers selling tickets?
They don't (just like GG didn't make any extra money by making only 1000 Neyo mini busts and scalpers on ebay selling the 12 they bought for $400 each... but I digress).
If you pay scalper prices, you're letting the terrorists win!