‘The NeverEnding Story’ Returns To Theaters In September
Mark your calendars, as this 1984 favorite will only be in theaters for two days!
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One of the most popular movies of the 1980s (and some might say the most enchanted) will return to the big screen next month.
Based on a best-selling book, “The NeverEnding Story“ is an epic fantasy tale about a boy named Bastian who escapes to a bookstore to avoid school bullies. He immerses himself in a book called “The NeverEnding Story.” Despite warnings of the book’s special powers, Bastian sneaks away and begins reading it in his school’s attic.
Through the twists and turns of the book’s fantasy land, Fantasia, Bastian discovers that the kingdom needs the help of a human child to survive The Nothing – a darkness that destroys everything it touches. When Bastian reads a description of himself in the book, he begins to wonder if… Fantasia may actually be real.
Here’s a list of the theaters showing the 1984 film on September 4 and 7 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. (local time) both days.
A new 30-minute feature, “Reimagine The NeverEnding Story,” will also be shown with the movie.
“‘The NeverEnding Story’ evokes a certain sense of adventure in everyone—the longing for a journey, a daring quest of bravery on which you learn your true merit through the winding road of unexpected challenges, is something we can all relate to,” Fathom Events Vice President of Studio Relations Tom Lucas said in a statement.
And by the way, here’s what the cast looks like now!