DOWNTOWN — Some of the most beloved films from the 1980s are among the 10 movies to be screen at Millennium Park's Summer Film Series.
Kicking off on June 24, the film series takes place on Tuesdays throughout the summer, and will project the movies on the Pritzker Pavilion's 40-foot-tall LED screen.
The first film is 1984's "Ghostbusters," which will include a special tribute to late filmmaker and Chicago native Harold Ramis, who played scientist Dr. Egon Spengler, and died in February.
On July 1, movie buffs with a need for speed can enjoy "Top Gun," starring Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis.
Chicago's Jennifer Hudson won an Academy Award for her performance in Aug. 19's "Dreamgirls."
The film series ends Aug. 26 with the 1939 classic "Wizard of Oz."
All films start at 6:30 p.m. Seating is first come, first served in the Pavilion's seats or on its lawn.
The full schedule is below:
June 24: "Ghostbusters"
July 1: "Top Gun"
July 8: "20 Feet from Stardom"
July 15: "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
July 29: "This is Spinal Tap"
Aug. 5: "The Birdcage"
Aug. 12: "American Graffiti"
Aug. 19: "Dreamgirls"
Aug. 26: "The Wizard of Oz"