40 years later, make contact again.
Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind has been digitally remastered in 4K for a nationwide theatrical re-release in celebration of its 40th anniversary, as originally teased with a cryptic video earlier this month.
Now we’ve got a trailer, via EW. Check it out below, along with the re-release poster.
The Richard Dreyfuss-starring classic hit theaters in November 1977, and the 4K re-release is heading into theaters everywhere for one week, beginning on September 1st.
In Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Dreyfuss played a line worker who has an encounter with a UFO and then feels undeniably drawn to an isolated area in the wilderness… where something spectacular is about to happen.
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