Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner return to the big screen as 1992’s The Bodyguard arrives at its 30th birthday this winter.
Think I’ve got this right, but to this day, the best-selling movie soundtrack of all time is a title held by 1992’s The Bodyguard. With the lead track ‘I Will Always Love You’ from the late Whitney Houston at its centre, the soundtrack alone has sold over 45 million copies across the world. And the film it came from was no commercial slouch either.
As it happens, 1992’s The Bodyguard is celebrating its 30th birthday at the end of the year. Headlined by Houston and Kevin Costner, and directed by Brit Mick Jackson, the movie is getting a UK cinema re-release to mark its anniversary. Trafalgar Releasing will be putting the movie into UK cinemas from November 6th. It’s a two-day release, and concludes with a musical compilation celebrating the legacy of Whitney Houston too.
Tickets are only just starting to go on sale around the UK at the special website that’s been set up for the re-release. If you’re interested, might be worth popping back to thebodyguard30.com over the next couple of weeks…
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