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According to Variety and an Oliver Stone tweet, Warner Brothers will re-release Stone's 1991 film "JFK" in theaters and on blu-ray.

The director tweeted: “WB is re-releasing ‘JFK’ theatrically in NY, LA, and DC 11/6–11/14. Also, at some 250+ Cinemark, Regal, and AMC theaters on 11/17 and 11/20,” Stone tweeted.

‘WB is also re-releasing ‘JFK’ on BR in a new box set on 11/12,” he added. “Included is something I think makes a difference—Ch 6 of ‘Untold History.’”

This comes coincidentally after an op ed piece in the Chicago Tribune where Stone is still defending his film nearly 25 years later from its attackers.

"JFK" was released on December 20, 1991 and did well both critically and commercially, grossing $205 million worldwide and winning two Academy Awards. Stone also his third Golden Globe for Best Director Motion Picture for "JFK".

I'm a huge fan of "JFK" I think its a masterpiece, one of the greatest films ever made and I'm really psyched it's back in the spotlight once again. It's a hypnotic film, perhaps the best edited film ever made (it won an Oscar for Best Film Editing).


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