More than 20 years after Groundhog Day first hit theaters, the classic comedy is being made into a Broadway show!
A musical version of the 1993 movie — which starred Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell — will debut on Broadway in 2017, according to a new report.
Bill Murray in 'Groundhog Day.' (Photo Credit: R/R)
The story about a Pennsylvania weatherman (Murray) who finds himself reliving Groundhog Day over and over again will reportedly be adapted for the stage by the same team who developed the theater version of 'Matilda.'
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The 'Groundhog Day' show is set to open on Broadway on March 9, 2017, 'Variety' reports.
Want to know what the cast of 'Groundhog Day' has been up to since the early 90s? Click through the gallery below to see them then and now!
After reliving Feb. 2 over and over again, Bill, now 66, starred in other hit movies including Rushmore, Charlie's Angels, Lost in Translation, and Moonrise Kingdom. He was most nominated for Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards in 2015 for his performance as a Vietnam War veteran in St. Vincent.
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