‘Field of Dreams’ Returns to Theaters for Two Days
It's been more than 30 years since the movie 'Field of Dreams' was released on April 21, 1989. After starting as a limited-release, it went to theaters around the nation on May 5, 1989. The movie, starring Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, and Ray Liotta, pulled in more than $84 million at theaters, 76 percent of it in the United States. 'Field of Dreams' returns to the big screen for two days in June for a 30th Anniversary Event.
The movie, filmed mostly around Dubuque and the field outside Dyersville, will show in theaters on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16, as well as Tuesday, June 18. You can see it at Marcus Theatres in Cedar Rapids, Sycamore 12 in Iowa City, and the College Square 12 in Cedar Falls. Other theaters across Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois will be showing it, as well. You can see the list and purchase tickets HERE.
Undoubtedly, the movie going back into theaters will bring a new generation of visitors to eastern Iowa's 'Field of Dreams' site. As "Shoeless" Joe Jackson said in the movie, "If you build it, he will come." People have been coming to it ever since.