The popular Star Trek movie is returning to the big screen
One of the most popular films that includes the original cast from Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home released on November 26, 1986, Thanksgiving weekend. The film raked in $133 million worldwide and earned four Oscar nominations for cinematography and sound. And now, thirty-five years later, the movie remains a fan-favorite which is why all fans will appreciate this bit of news. Daily Star Trek News reports that Fathom Events is bringing The Voyage Home back to the big screen for two nights only!
Though the event is to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film’s release, the two non-consecutive nights will take place in August 2021, a little before the actual anniversary. The first night will be Thursday, August 19th, which would have been Gene Roddenberry’s 100th birthday, and the second night will be on Sunday, August 22nd. Fathom Events is also including in the event a featurette Three Picture Saga in which the cast and crew explore the backstory of what is considered to be one of the greatest story arcs in sci-fi history—Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
Tickets for the Star Trek event are on sale now
This is your chance to see the crew of the original Enterprise back on the big screen! And though most of the Star Trek movies are available to watch on streaming channels, there’s nothing quite like seeing Admiral Kirk, Spock, Dr. McCoy, and the rest of the crew as they were originally seen in 1986. To buy your tickets and to find out which theaters will be showing the movie, you can go to fathomevents.com.