‘The NeverEnding Story’, classic ‘80s movie, to return to theater in High Point

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HIGH POINT, N.C. — Will you fight the Nothing with Atreyu?

The beloved 1980s fantasy adventure movie “The NeverEnding Story” is hitting the big screen next month.

The 1984 family movie will return to theaters across the country for a limited time, including one theater in the Piedmont.

It will be shown at Palladium Stadium 14 at 5830 Samet Drive in High Point on Sept. 4 and Sept. 7. Tickets can be bought online.

The movie involves a young boy who is bullied and finds a magical book. He begins reading the book in a school attic and is taken to a magical world called Fantasia. He eventually begins to wonder if Fantasia is real and needs him to survive.

A new 30-minute feature called “Reimagine The NeverEnding Story” will also be played with the movie, according to Simplemost.com.

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