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Remake of "Groundhog Day" to Hit Theaters in the New Year

(SNN) Hollywood motion picture big boys, CPC, announced today a remake of the 1993 “Groundhog Day” to be released April 1st, 2016. The announcement followed a mass release of the official trailer. “We decided to release the trailer Christmas morning,” came the response from CPC director, Phil R. Uppe, “and we are pleased to announce the movie is virtually the same with all the same talent found in the 1993 release.” Bill Murray. Andie MacDowell and Chris Elliott will once again grace the big screens.

“Groundhog Day” was considered a big hit and is a cult favourite among moviegoers, with the 1993 release grossing $71,000,000 in the box office, from a production budget under 15 million.

The trailer has created a social media buzz, with people talking about buying advanced tickets. “We will have advanced screenings for one day on February 2nd, with limited screens in four cities in Canada,” advised Uppe. "Movie goers can go to Edmonton,Vancouver, Montreal and Moose Jaw to watch it on Groundhog Day."

Trailer of “Groundhog Day” to hit theaters on April 1st, 2016

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