E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
is back on the big screen for its 35th anniversary and, of course, to inspire an entire new generation of youngsters to look at Reese’s Pieces in a whole new light. Thanks to Fathom Events’ partnership with TCM Big Screen Classics, the highest-grossing movie of the 1980s is returning to theaters digitally projected in its original aspect ratio with specially produced, behind-the-scenes insights by TCM host Ben Mankiewicz. With a delectable score by John Williams, the film debut of young Drew Barrymore and that iconic shot of the bike flying past the moon, E.T.
is good family fun that hasn’t aged a wink.
2 and 7 p.m. Wednesday. Also 2 and 7 p.m. September 17. Edwards Marq*E, 7600 Katy Freeway. 844-462-7342. Price varies by location; visit fathomevents.com
for participating venues. $13.53.
E.T. come home? Yes. For two nights only, the 1982 Steven Spielberg classic