See “Labyrinth” in theaters this spring for three days only

Jim Henson’s 1986 musical/fantasy/adventure movie, “Labyrinth,” will be re-released in more than 400 theaters across the U.S. for three days only – April 29, May 1, and May 2.  In addition to its status as a cult classic with impressive puppetry and special effects, the movie’s credits are full of recognizable names: Jim Henson directed, George Lucas produced, David Bowie both starred and contributed five songs, and Jennifer Connelly played the 15-year-old heroine. The announcement included an invitation for audiences to attend in costumes, “to celebrate the nostalgia and legacy of this beloved film.”