‘Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm’ Returns To The Big Screen For One Night Only

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, as well as the 40th year anniversary of Superman: The Movie. The two iconic productions will be re-released up and down the United States in November. Fathom Events are allowing fans to purchase tickets through their website for the one time only event.

Batman: Mark of the Phantasm will be back in movie theaters on Monday, the 12th of November at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. local time.

Tom Lucas, Fathom Events VP of Studio Relations had this to say:

There are no bigger Super Heroes in the world than Batman and Superman, and these incredible cinematic adventures are true movie milestones. Fathom Events is honored to be working with Warner Bros. and DC to return them to the silver screen for their anniversaries, and we can’t wait to share the excitement of these movies with fans of all ages.

Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm

It’s initial release in 1993 was a revolutionary one. The first theatrical release for Warner Bros Animation, who would go on to create a slue of fantastic animated movies. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is one of only two animated Batman to get a theatrical release. The other was 2016’s limited edition Batman: The Killing Joke.

A thrillingly bold animated film, it was a sequel of the brilliant Batman: The Animated Series. The film tells the tale of the Dark Knight chasing down a criminal murdering mob bosses, while trying to clear his own name at the same time!

Fans will get to relive the experience from 25 years ago and new fans will get to experience how the film was originally released.

These are exciting times indeed for us Batman fans. I love the classic style of the older animated movies. Do you?

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Philip Clark

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