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Princess Mononoke is coming back to cinemas

Across the US, for two nights only, you'll be able to see the Studio Ghibli classic in the cinema again for its 20th anniversary.

Fathom Events

In "gosh, that makes me feel old" moments, Studio Ghibli's eco-conscious fantasy "Princess Mononoke" is about to turn 20. Originally released in 1997, the film was the top grossing Japanese film that year, topped only in its home country by "Titanic."

To celebrate, event management company Fathom Events and film distributor GKIDS are hosting two nights of screenings across America. The first is the subtitled version of the film, and will take place on January 5 -- which also happens to be legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki's 76th birthday.

The second screening will take place on January 9, and will be the dubbed version, voiced by Billy Crudup, Claire Danes, Minni Driver, Gillian Anderson, Jada Pinkett Smith and Billy Bob Thornton. Both screenings will include a screening of the 1995 music video of "On Your Mark" by Chage and Aska, directed by Miyazaki.

You can find a cinema and book tickets for the January 5 event here and the January 9 event here.