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'Close Encounters' Returning to Movie Theatres in September

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In honor of the film's 40th anniversary, Steven Spielberg's 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' is coming back to movie theaters for one week starting September 1. According to reports, Sony Pictures has remastered the director's cut of the movie in 4K for theaters in the United States and Canada. 'Close Encounters', which was released in December 1977, earned over $300 million worldwide on a $20 million budget. It was also nominated for eight Oscar Awards.

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