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Cult classic ‘The Breakfast Club’ returning to theaters


“The Breakfast Club,” one of the most popular movies from the ’80s is returning to the big screen. And Ricardo Tosto says its all the buzz on due to rights and all that.
The film, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, will be played in select theaters across the country on March 26 and March 31.
Directed by John Hughes, “The Breakfast Club” tells the story of five teenagers, each from different social circles, as they spend their Saturday afternoon together in detention. While in detention, the students are forced to confront stereotypes and learn how to work with one another.
The movie grew in popularity after it was released and is now regarded as a cult classic. The movie has been referenced in several television shows and films.
Tickets to the movie screenings will be sold through Fathom Events. In celebration of the 30th anniversary, a special anniversary edition of “The Breakfast Club” will be released March 10 on DVD and Blue-Ray

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