Hulk Hogan Movie Having Rare Screening Tonight In New York

The Immortal Hulk Hogan's 1989 film No Holds Barred will be returing to theaters for at least one night.

The Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn, New York will be hosting a rare screening of the movie tonight in 35mm. It was the first-ever WWE film production. Tickets can be found here.

A note from the theater:

"Hulk Hogan's legendary move from star of the ring to star of the silver screen is a muscle filled spectacle full of body slams, choke holds, and one-liners that really stick to the ribs. Hogan has a certain sunburnt charisma as "Rip Thomas," a barely transposed analog for himself, a wrestler plagued by corporate stooges who have no respect for the sport and only want to exploit his likeness for profits. After shoving a check down one such stooge's throat, they get the message and refocus their attention on the gigantic Zeus ("Tiny" Lister, FRIDAY). After much ado, including a bizarre romantic subplot that has nods to Capra's IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, the movie leads up to what we've all been waiting for: NO RULES WRASSLIN'!" Social Media Interaction

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