Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi will be landing in Piedmont Park this summer, when "Screen on the Green" returns to its original location.
The outdoor series, which is in its 11th year, was held the past two summers in Centennial Olympic Park because of drought restrictions at Piedmont Park.
This year's free series begins with "National Treasure" at dusk on May 27, and is followed by "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" on June 3, "Dreamgirls" on June 10 and "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" on June 17.
The series sponsor, Peachtree TV, is asking viewers to vote on which movie will close out the series on June 24. Viewers will cast votes from April 12 through April 30 for either "Jurassic Park," "Casino Royale" or "The Incredible Hulk."
According to a Turner TV spokeswoman, moviegoers are welcome to bring picnic baskets, food and alcoholic beverages, but no glass containers are allowed, and attendees are asked to leave pets at home. Umbrellas, high-backed chairs and grills are prohibited.
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