Believe it or not, this is something that was bound to happen. Six time Grammy award winning singer Whitney Houston passed away on February 11th but her memory lives on not only through her music but from her films, the most notable one obviously being 'The Bodyguard.' And now you'll be able to experience her acting debut on the big screen once again.

Over a month after her death, Warner Bros. Pictures and NCM Fathom have teamed up to honor the late singer by bringing her 1992 film 'The Bodyguard' back to the big screen only on March 28th at 7:30 PM in select theaters nationwide.

For those of you who don't remember the story should at least remember the popular soundtrack which included sounds like "Every Woman," "Queen of the Night" and the overplayed "I Will Always Love You." 'The Bodyguard' centers on pop singer Rachel Marron (Whitney Houston) who hires former Secret Service agent Frank (Kevin Costner) to be one of her bodyguards set to protect her from crazy stalkers. While guarding the singer, the impossible happens to Frank; he falls in love.

'The Bodyguard' was a success in the box office, and surely that'll be the case again when they re-release it in a few days, just in time for the movie's 20th anniversary. Maybe we'll see a resurgance in soundtrack sales once the movie's re-released, which means "I Will Always Love You" will be played a billion times more on the radio.