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You must now log in to your AARP.org account to register for an AARP Movies for Grownups screening.  


  • When you click register, it will prompt you to either: log into your AARP.org account, verify your AARP.org account or create an AARP.org account.  
  • If you do not have an AARP.ORG account, you can create one for free!  
  • AARP membership is NOT required to create an account.  
  • Your Eventive account will no longer be accepted for Movies for Grownups screenings.  



1. Test your device compatibility NOW by watching this videoand familiarize yourself with the Eventive platform.  

2. Log into your AARP.org account in advance to avoid any issues accessing the film.  

3. If you login prior to 7:45pm ET, you will see the button above displays “Registered”. If you are pre-registered and do not see that message, look directly below the buttons to find the "Log in to your account for access" text in gray and click it to log in.  

4. Beginning at 7:45pm ET, you can access the screening room by clicking the button that says, "Enter Live Broadcast".  


Helpful Tech Tips:   

- Ensure you have a strong internet / Wi-Fi connection   

- Access the movie on your preferred device (smartphone, tablet, computer, or laptop) using Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Opera--do not use Internet Explorer  


If you would like to watch the movie on your TV:  

-Ensure you have installed the Eventive TV app [Apple TV, Roku, or Amazon Fire], open it, and you should see a 6-character code.   

-Next, go to https://watch.aarp.org/tv and login to your AARP account from your device, or make sure you're already logged into your AARP account. You must do this first before you can connect the TV app to your account!  Then, enter the 6-character code into your account settings.  

-Do NOT go to https://watch.eventive.org/tv, even if you see those instructions on the TV app. That webpage will NOT connect the TV app to your AARP account. 

- You can also use AIRPLAY or CHROMECAST from your computer or handheld device. You CANNOT use screen mirroring. 


For more helpful tips or to chat with someone directly about technical issues, visit the Help Centeror email moviesforgrownups@aarp.org. 

Morgan Freeman, 84-year-old actor, already hit the 100-plus mark in his film count. No surprise that five Oscar nominations including a win for 'Million Dollar Baby' would result. Perhaps it is the distinctive velvet smooth voice and calming demeanor that made Freeman a household name. Take a look through Shawshank Redemption prison, limousine ride in 'Driving Miss Daisy', 'March of the Penguins' documentary and even the 'Hall of President's at Disney World. The son of a Tennessee barber and schoolteacher, Freeman would call Mississippi then Chicago home. Morgan had a passion for acting but dreamt of being a pilot. Yet he turned down a college scholarship to serve in the Air Force as a mechanic and radar technician. Then off to the stage during the sixties as a dancer at the New York World's Fair and actor on Broadway. Kids of the 1970's first met Freeman on The Electric Company TV program. These days the show goes on beyond the big screen since the Voice of America has as of late reinvented himself as both a pilot and honey beekeeper.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    40 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
  • Rating
  • Subtitle Language
  • Director
    Remarni Ramchaitar-Jackman
  • Executive Producer
    Brian Aebech, Dana Weber
  • Co-Producer
    Writers: Remarni Ramchaitar-Jackman, Elaine Silver