Thankfully, this is one comeback that isn’t a reboot or remake as IMAX Theaters are planning to bring us ‘Michael Jackson’s Thriller 3D‘ and has cut a new trailer together from this iconic piece of history to enjoy. In an era where MTV still played music and showed something called music videos, there came a 13-minute video and short film that took the world by storm. In ‘Thriller,’ the King of Pop, Michael Jackson himself gave us a tale told to his music that has stood the test of time. It was co-written and directed by the incredibly gifted John Landis who penned it with Jackson.

Jackson’s Estate has teamed up with IMAX to digitally re-master Michael Jackson’s Thriller 3D in IMAX 3D which can be seen below. The movie chain will b showing it for a week beginning September 21st, 2018 and be inserted before Amblin Entertainment’s ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls.’

Talk about a great way to celebrate the 35th anniversary of this classic short.

You can watch the trailer right here!

To put this together, the studio made it clear that it wouldn’t re-edit or re-cut the original short film in any way. To stay true to the original, Optimum Productions brought Landis in to supervise the project that used the original 35mm film negative from Michael’s archives. The audio was also adapted to 5.7, 7.1 and Atmos standards to create the highest quality audio experience for in-theater viewing.

IMAX has released the details with a quick blurb sharing that:

Michael Jackson’s Thriller 3D will be remastered and released in IMAX® 3D for the first time ever. IMAX and the Estate of Michael Jackson are partnering to break new ground by digitally re-mastering Michael Jackson’s Thriller 3D into IMAX® 3D for the first time ever. The exclusive engagement will run for one week only, beginning September 21, 2018, in domestic IMAX® theatres—ahead of showings of Amblin’s The House with a Clock in Its Walls.

Do you plan on checking out ‘Michael Jackson’s Thriller 3D’ at your local IMAX when it is released? What did you think of the new trailer which they put together to show off how great this classic still is? Does this iconic piece of Jackson’s work still hold up after all this time? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: Collider.