Harry Potter Films Are Coming Back To Theaters To Celebrate Its 20th Anniversary

To all the Potterheads around the world, The Harry Potter franchise is set to return to theaters to celebrate its 20th publication anniversary.

The first Harry Potter novel, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” was originally released on 26th June, 1997. The book started a worldwide phenomena and went on to establish one of the most beloved story arcs of all times.

To tap on this, Cinemark has decided to show all the 8 movies, along with 2016’s Fantastic Beasts from August 31-September 6. This will be a part of their “Wizarding World XD Week” and you can buy the tickets for $5 per movie on Cinamark’s website or a festival pass for $25 for all nine films.

Fans will also receive a collective keychain and a specially designed cup that is refillable throughout the year for $3.50 along with a compulsory festival badge. This festival can be the perfect outing for any Potterhead who’s looking forward to watch all Potter films before the release of the new Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald film in November this year.

The film is directed by Harry Potter veteran David Yates and will star Ezra Miller, Jude Law, Johnny Depp and Eddie Redmayne. The film will release on November 16 this year.

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