Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone Will Return To Cinemas For 20th Anniversary

Believe it or not, 2021 is a historic year for Harry Potter fans, as it is marks 20 years since Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone was first released in cinemas. Warner Bros. has already announced that it will celebrate the anniversary by releasing a collector’s edition 4K Harry Potter box-set – but the magic doesn’t end there!

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While enjoying the Harry Potter movies from the comfort of your own home is nothing to scoff at, it’s nothing compared to the experience of seeing the magic of the Wizarding World on the big screen. That’s why we’re excited to tell you that VUE cinemas (U.K. cinema chain) will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone by bringing it back to the big screen! The anniversary screening is currently listed as October 29, 2021 – although it could still change as we approach the anniversary. While tickets aren’t available just yet, you can head over to the official VUE website and bookmark the page, making it easier to book tickets when they are made available.

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This screening gives fans of the Harry Potter series, especially those who were unable to see the films in cinemas the first time around, a great opportunity to watch the magic come to life on the big screen. trust us when we tell you that nothing compares to the cinematic experience!

Will you be booking tickets to see Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone on the big screen? Let us know in the comments section below this post!

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