The John Cusack movie screening of “Sixteen Candles” and Q&A scheduled for Oct. 29 at Walton Arts Center has been moved to Sunday, Dec. 3, officials announced today.
The rescheduling was due to “unforeseen scheduling conflicts,” according to a news release from the venue.
Tickets purchased for the Oct. 29 date will be honored for the Dec. 3. For those who are unable to attend on the new date, refunds will be available upon request at the point of purchase, the release stated.
The event is part of a series of appearances Cusack has planned this year, which include screenings of some of his other popular movies like “Say Anything,” “High Fidelity,” and “Grosse Pointe Blank.”
Aside from those films, Cusack has enjoyed a career that spans four decades and more than 70 movies across a variety of genres including dramas, thrillers, and comedies like “The Grifters,“ “Eight Men Out,“ “Stand By Me,“ “Con Air“ and “Being John Malkovich.“ He most recently appeared in the Amazon sci-fi series “Utopia.“
Tickets start at $69.95 plus fees, and are available at waltonartscenter.org or by calling 479-443-5600.