By Adam B. Vary
Updated August 03, 2020 at 05:14 PM EDT
Credit: Catherine Ashmore

It’s alive! On screen! Again! Fathom Events announced today that on June 6 and 7, it will rebroadcast into select movie theaters the 2011 filmed U.K. stage production of Frankenstein, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, written by Nick Dear, and directed by Danny Boyle.

When the production played last spring at the Royal National Theatre in London, it won wide acclaim for Cumberbatch and Miller, who alternated playing Dr. Frankenstein and his Creature. (They shared an Olivier Award for Best Actor.)

The National Theatre already broadcast the play into U.S. movie theaters on two separate nights last March. But with the second season of Cumberbatch’s Sherlock pulling in great ratings on PBS — not to mention the actor’s villainous role in the upcoming sequel to 2009’s Star Trek — the fabulously monikered Brit’s star is very much on the rise. You can check out the creepy trailer for last year’s screening of Frankenstein below:

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