'Home Alone' returning to theatres for 25th anniversary
Hailed as one of the greatest Christmas family comedy, "Home Alone" will return to theatres to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Los Angeles: Hailed as one of the greatest Christmas family comedy, "Home Alone" will return to theatres to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Fathom Events and 20th Century Fox have announced that they will celebrate the 1990 holiday classic's anniversary by screening the movie for two nights only in select theatres across US, reported Entertainment Weekly.
The special presentation, airing on November 8 and 11, will also feature an exclusive introduction.
Written by John Hughes and directed by Chris Columbus, "Home Alone" introduced the world to Macaulay Culkin as Kevin, the 8-year-old boy who, after being left behind by his family, has to defend his home against two blundering burglars (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern).
"Home Alone" earned more than USD 285.7 million, and is still considered the highest grossing live-action comedy of all time in the US.