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'Fight Club' back in theaters this weekend as part of Cinemark Classic Series

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Fight Club
Fight Club

David Fincher's Fight Club has become a modern classic, and if you're in the United States you'll have a chance to see it again in theaters over the coming week. Variety reports that the movie will be screening in selected theaters as part of theater chain Cinemark's "Classic Series." It's a recurring event that the chain puts on, picking a handful of classic films and showing them at theaters across the country. Pulp Fiction and The French Connection have already screened as part of this latest run.

Originally released in 1999, Fight Club stars Edward Norton and Brad Pitt, and was based on Chuck Palahniuk's novel of the same name. It will be playing this Sunday, September 22nd, at 2PM, and then twice again on Wednesday, September 25th. The last film in the current Classic Series is Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, which will be playing on September 29th and October 2nd. Theaters in over 30 states will be showing the films, so if you haven't had a chance to see Fight Club — or just want to watch it on the big screen — tickets are available now.