July 23 2024


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The Best Of Both Worlds In Theaters

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For fans of the TNG episode The Best of Both Worlds, the two-part episode will be appearing in theaters this spring.

NCM Fathom Events and CBS Home Entertainment have teamed up to present the remastered double episode as a feature length presentation.

The event, to be held in select theaters on April 25 at 7 PM, is in honor of the April 30 Blu-ray release of Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Best of Both Worlds.

In addition to the movie, those in attendance will get a peek behind the scenes of The Best of Both Worlds and the Blu-ray.

The expected run time for The Best of Both Worlds is two hours. To buy tickets, head to the link located here.

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7 thoughts on “The Best Of Both Worlds In Theaters

  1. I’ve been interested in these theatrical showings but always end up having prior plans. Wish they’d do a bit more than 1 night.

    It’s also be cool to do a back-to-back double feature — Best of Both Worlds and First Contact.

  2. Never cared much for the Elizabeth Shelby character. I don’t blame William Riker for ‘ripping her a new one’ after she went over his head concerning the issue of separating the saucer section. I would have done the same thing and later made a note of her insubordinate act in her permanent file. Shelby was too ambitious.

    In some ways, she reminded me of my old high school’s vice principal. Another reason why I didn’t like her.

  3. Agreed, and I would be very surprised if Riker didn’t end up having to do just that.

    She could have made an interesting recurring character though, for those same reasons.
    A friend of mine once wrote a spec script back around ’90-’91 which had the Enterprise inadvertently disrupting a black op being carried out by a covert cloaked Starfleet vessel, and three guesses who commanded it. It would have been just her style.

  4. I was wrong. The site just wasn’t working in Firefox for some reason. Found the 5 theaters in Phoenix using Chrome. 🙂

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