‘The Breakfast Club’ is Returning to Theaters to Celebrate Its 30th Anniversary
“Don’t you forget about me…” We surely haven’t forgotten The Breakfast Club, John Hughes’ seminal 1985 teen dramedy, which has inspired countless other teen films in the past 30 years and remains beloved by generations both old and young. If you’re looking to relive the magic of Hughes’ teen masterpiece, you’re in luck: The Breakfast Club is heading back to theaters this March to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
According to Variety, Universal Pictures is partnering with Fathom Events to rerelease Hughes’ film into 430 theaters on two nights: March 26 and 31, at 7 PM local time. But those attending won’t just be treated to a regular screening of this coming of age classic: each screening will also include a featurette with interviews from cast members Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall and John Kapelos. In addition, filmmakers like Diablo Cody, Amy Heckerling and Michael Lehman are interviewed, discussing their love of Hughes’ film and how it influenced their work.
You can get your tickets for The Breakfast Club’s 30th anniversary screenings ahead of time when they go on sale this Friday through Fathom Events. And that’s not all! The Breakfast Club 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray and DVD will hit theaters on March 10, a couple of weeks before the anniversary screenings — you know, in case you want to brush up on your favorite moments pre-screening.