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Original Ghostbusters Getting Movie Theater Re-Release; 30th Anniversary Blu-Ray Revealed

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This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters, and now it's learned the original movie will be re-released in movie theaters.

EW.com reports the 1984 Ghostbusters movie will return to more than 700 movie theaters on August 29th.

The anniversary will also include special events, collectible merchandise, and a new home-entertainment release on September 16th with The Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray, as well as for the first time, The Ghostbusters II 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray, which features new content such as conversations with director Ivan Reitman and Dan Aykroyd in addition to deleted scenes.

"Ghostbusters is still one of our studio’s most beloved franchises,” Rory Bruer, Sony’s president of worldwide distribution, s aid. “I was lucky enough to work on the release of the film on its first run, so it’s a real thrill for me to see that it’s still connecting with audiences everywhere. On the big screen or in home entertainment, this is a great movie to experience again and again."

The Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Blu-Ray will be available September 16th; pre-order on Amazon.

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