An event coming up will feature a reunion of the director and cast members of the beloved 1989 movie “Say Anything…” The occasion will be in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the classic romance movie.
The reunion is set for the Tribeca Film Festival, which has added a special screening of the film to its schedule. The AP reports that writer-director Cameron Crowe and the cast of “Say Anything…,” led by John Cusack, will be on hand.
The report notes that the movie joins previously announced reunions set for Tribeca including the makers of “Reality Bites” and “This Is Spinal Tap.”
“Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ will premiere as Tribeca’s closing-night film,” the report notes. “The musical comedy, written by Richard Curtis, is about a guitarist who becomes famous by plagiarizing Beatles songs after a worldwide blackout.”
The festival will also roll out “Between Me and My Mind,” a documentary about Phish frontman Trey Anastasio, with a performance to follow the screening. Also, Francis Ford Coppola will premiere a new restoration of “Apocalypse Now” that he’s calling “Apocalypse Now: Final Cut.”
The festival runs April 24-May 5.