Wayne’s World Is Returning to Theaters for 25th Anniversary (Prepare to Feel Old)
Party time. Excellent.
Yet another movie is returning to theaters in celebration of a special milestone. This time, Wayne’s World is getting the comeback treatment with a two-night engagement to honor its 25th anniversary.
Based on a recurring Saturday Night Live sketch, the film stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey and was originally released on February 14, 1992. The plot centered on two teenage boys who run a public access show. One night, they attend a rock concert and Wayne and Garth ends up falling in love with a bass guitarist named Cassandra Wong. They spend the rest of the movie pursuing her while dealing with an executive who wants to buy their show.
The screenings will take place February 7 and February 8. For more information or to purchase tickets, head over to the film’s 25th Birthday Bash website. Carvey and Myers also reunited a year ago for SNL’s 40th anniversary. Watch the sketch, which features a cameo from Kanye West, here.
Are you planning on seeing the movie in theaters?
(via SlashFilm, image via screencap)
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