Guests watch “ET” on the big screen at the North Carolina Museum of Art in June 2000. The museum has been hosting a summer film series for more than 20 years. “Star Trek Into the Darkness” will be shown Saturday.
Guests watch “ET” on the big screen at the North Carolina Museum of Art in June 2000. The museum has been hosting a summer film series for more than 20 years. “Star Trek Into the Darkness” will be shown Saturday. Robert Willett 2000 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Guests watch “ET” on the big screen at the North Carolina Museum of Art in June 2000. The museum has been hosting a summer film series for more than 20 years. “Star Trek Into the Darkness” will be shown Saturday. Robert Willett 2000 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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