The Apollo 13 mission turns 50 this year, and the anniversary will be honored with the Apollo 13 film returning to theaters.
The Ron Howard-helmed film starring Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise and Bill Paxton will screen in select theaters on April 5, 6 and 8. The screening also coincides with the film’s 25th anniversary.
To find a screening near you, go to FathomEvents.com.
GALLERY: Apollo 13 Historical Images
Captain James A. Lovell Jr. of the US Navy, the commander of the upcoming Apollo 13 space mission, speaks as guest of honour at a reception at No. 40 berth, Container Terminal, Tilbury, Essex, to mark the completion by US Lines of their Lancer Class Container Liner Service between the UK and the USA on the 'SS American Astronaut', 6th October 1969. (Photo by George W. Hales/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Print technicians of the Evening Standard (Apollo Special) newspaper read the freshly printed front page of the newspaper which reads: 'They're Back Alive, Alive-O', UK, circa 17th April 1970. (Photo by Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
13th October 1969: Apollo XII (Apollo 12) astronauts Charles 'Pete' Conrad Jnr and Albert Bean practice collecting rock samples at the Kennedy Space Centre in preparation for their lunar landing mission. (Photo by NASA/Central Press/Getty Images)
F 336148 002 7/1962 Archival Photo Of Original 7 Astronauts In Mercury Space Suits. Front Row, Left To Right, Are Walter M. Schirra Jr., Donald K. Slayton, John H. Glenn Jr., And M. Scott Carpenter. Back Row, From The Left, Are Alan B. Shepard Jr., Virgil I. Grissom And L. Gordon Cooper Jr. Editor's Note: Since This Photo Was Made: Grissom Died On January 27, 1967, In The Apollo 1/Saturn 204 Fire At Cape Kennedy, Florida; Slayton Died June 13, 1993 In League City, Texas, From Complications Of A Brain Tumor. Astronauts Carpenter, Glenn, Schirra, Cooper And Shepard Have Either Retired Or Resigned From The Space Program. U.S. Sen. John H. Glenn Jr. (D.-Ohio) Has Been Assigned As Payload Specialist For The Sts-95 Mission Of The Space Shuttle Discovery, Scheduled For Launch In Late October Of 1998. (Photo By Nasa/Getty Images)
The Apollo 13 astronauts are reunited with their wives in Honolulu, Hawaii, after their safe return to Earth, 23rd April 1970. Pictured here are mission commander Jim Lovell and his wife Marilyn. (Photo by Harry Benson/Daily Express/Getty Images)
13th October 1970: Ticker-tape welcome for Apollo 13 astronauts James Lovell, Fred Haise and John L Swigert as they drive in an open Rolls-Royce along Kingsway, the main street in Valletta, Malta. (Photo by Chet/Central Press/Getty Images)
3rd February 1971: Frances Northcutt, the first woman to sit in Mission Control at NASA and who worked on the Apollo 13 mission, joins Paul Haney, left, former director for Public Affairs at NASA, and Peter Fairley, right, ITN's science editor at the ITN Space Studio. (Photo by Ian Showell/Keystone/Getty Images)
24th April 1970: The interior of the Apollo 13 lunar landing craft Aquarius, which met with disaster when an oxygen tank ruptured during its flight. The astronauts Fred W Haise Jr, John L Swigert Jr and James A Lovell Jr were saved by the 'Mail Box'. This jerry-rigged piece of equipment saved the men from suffocation prior to their successful re-entry. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)
The MSS (Mobile Service Structure) moves back from Launch Complex 39A at Cape Kennedy in Florida, during the terminal phase of the CDDT (Countdown Demonstration Test) for NASA's Apollo 13 mission, March 1970. This is a practice run for the launch scheduled for 11th April. (Photo by Space Frontiers/Getty Images)
US President Richard Nixon meets the Apollo 13 astronauts in Honolulu, Hawaii, after their safe return to Earth, 23rd April 1970. From left to right (front row) Fred Haise, Jim Lovell, Richard Nixon (1913 - 1994) and Jack Swigert (1931 - 1982). (Photo by Harry Benson/Daily Express/Getty Images)
17th April 1970: Apollo XIII recovery operations in the South Pacific. Astronaut and lunar module pilot Fred W Haise Jr is about to be hoisted up to a recovery helicopter from the USS Iwo Jima. Awaiting their return are command pilot John L Swigert Jr (centre) and commander James A Lovell Jr (right). A member of an underwater demolition team assists with the recovery. (Photo by NASA/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
15th September 1970: The Apollo boilerplate capsule BP-1227 at the docks at Murmansk after being recovered by Soviet fishermen in the Golfe de Gascogne (Bay of Biscay), France. It was later returned to the US. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)