‘A Star Is Born’ Is Returning to Theaters with New Music & Extended Scenes

Did the Oscars reignite your passion for Ally and Jackson? (Us, too.) In honor of “Shallow” taking home the trophy for Best Original Song, A Star Is Born is heading back to the big screen for a limited time.

According to Warner Bros., the movie will be returning to theaters for one week only, so move fast, guys. The film will be shown in 1,150 locations across North America beginning this Friday, March 1, and we’re still waiting for a catch.

Even better: The showings will debut new music and incorporate 12 minutes of never-before-seen footage. (Think extended versions of “Black Eyes,” “Alibi” and Gaga’s a cappella performance of “Shallow.”)

To top it off, the new version will include two deleted scenes featuring songs from the soundtrack: “Is That Alright?” and “Too Far Gone.” Oh, and did we mention the movie will also feature an unreleased track called “Clover”? (#Bless)

A Star Is Born tells the story of budding singer Ally (Gaga), who falls for troubled country music star, Jackson (Cooper). The Cooper-directed film grossed $211 million at the box office during its original run. It’s a remake of the 1937 and 1976 versions, which starred Judy Garland and James Mason, and Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson, respectively.

For more details about the showings, contact your local movie theater. In the meantime, we’ll start rehearsing an a cappella performance of “Shallow.” You know, just in case.

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