Ghostbusters is headed back to theaters for its 35th anniversary.
The supernatural comedy will haunt theaters again on Sunday, October 6 and Thursday, October 10 as part of the Fathom Event series. On these dates, Ghostbusters will play in over 600 theaters, with showings at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm local time on both days.
These screenings will also include a new introduction, in which as-yet unannounced cast members recall working on the film. Additionally, this introduction will feature alternate takes on famous scenes.
Starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters originally hit theaters on June 8, 1984. The film followed four paranormal researches who stumbled upon a real haunting and launched a business around capturing ghosts. Soon, their supernatural adventure built to world-ending stakes -- and only the Ghostbusters, their proton packs and their wits could stop this ethereal threat.
"Ghostbusters is a comedy legend and a movie legend, a movie whose immediate success has been followed by decades of fervent fan appreciation," Fathom Events Vice President of Studio Relations Tom Lucas said in a statement. "There's never been a comedy quite like it, and maybe never will be again, and Fathom Events is delighted to bring Ghostbusters back to the big screen for longtime fans to enjoy again and new audiences to discover for the first time."
Ghostbusters returns to theaters on October 6 and 10. Tickets are now available on the Fathom Events website.