Celebrate The Breakfast Club's 30th Anniversary By Watching It In Theaters Again

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The ’80s cult hit The Breakfast Club is making a brief comeback to theaters thanks to Fathom Events. Commemorating the iconic film’s 30th anniversary, Fathom will be showing the coming-of-age tale at several venues across the U.S.
For anyone who hasn’t seen The Breakfast Club (and coincidentally can listen to Simple Mind’s “Don’t You Forget About Me” without picturing Emelio Estevez), this may be the perfect time to see a film that defined pop culture for decades. It stars Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, and Ally Sheedy as several high school clichés stuck in detention together.
Select theaters will have special showings of the John Hughes’ film on March 26 and March 31 at 7:30 PM local time each night. Prior to each showing, there will also be a short featurette including “personal insights from cast members, as well as contributions from the filmmakers” that has never before been seen on the big screen.
Tickets for the event go on sale today (Friday) at the source link below. You can also check to see if a theater near you is showing the film at the same link. While it’s not in every single theater nationwide, there are hundreds of options. So, even if you have a drive a few hours, there’s likely a way to relive the ’80s near you.
Source: Fathom Events  

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