In 1992 Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner starred together in the surprise hit The Bodyguard and now on the eve of the movies 20th anniversary and the death of Whitney Houston the popular movie that spawned the hit I Will Always Love You will return to theaters.
On March 28 the movie will appear at various locations around the United States for a one night only showing.
You can see a full list of participating theaters here.
If you’re unfamiliar with the movie The Bodyguard surrounds the life of a diva who requires the protection of a bodyguard (Kevin Costner). Eventually the pair fall in love and a cover of Dolly Parton’s I Will Always Love You is revealed.
The announcement comes after Kevin Costner spoke at Whitney Houston’s funeral. During his speech he said Houston always wondered “Am I Good enough?” to which Costner responded:
“Whitney, if you could hear me now, I would tell you you weren’t just good enough. You were great.”
Normal ticket prices will apply for the showings and don’t worry they haven’t tried to deck out yet another re-release in 3D.
In the meantime there’s likely to be at least some inner circles who see the re-release as yet another way to capitalize on the death of Whitney Houston.
Will you be heading out to a theater near you to watch the re-release of The Bodyguard when it arrives on March 28?