itison – which is behind the GlasGLOW event in the Botanic Gardens – is promising a world-class production.
The organisation offers a wide range of environmental activity for all in helping to protect and enhance local greenspace and biodiversity.
Dates for the return of GlasGLOW have been extended to run from October 25 to November 10.
This year organisers itison, the Glasgow-based deals and events company, is hoping to bring in 100,000 visitors.
Four nights of dance-worthy delights are being screened thanks to Visit West End.
Money from Double Trouble will go towards the Cure Claire’s Cancer campaign.
The free public event at the University’s Hunterian Museum is expected to be a popular night out for comic book fans both young and old.
Westbourne Gardens in the West End, Glasgow Necropolis, Glasgow Cathedral, the former Queen’s Dock, and Glasgow City Chambers all starred in the film.
The sale will be on the ground floor, spread throughout the breathtaking Galvanizers and new Acid Bar, with art priced from £5 to £500.
Among those tuning in to the film in recent days were Scots abroad.