If you're a die-hard fan of The Mighty Ducks (or The Breakfast Club, or Repo Man), there's an event happening at the downtown Hennepin County Library you definitely won't want to miss.
This weekend, the head Duck himself, Emilio Estevez, will be screening his new movie at the Minneapolis Central Library and taking questions afterwards.
Described as a "library-themed film" in a news release, The Public is about a group of Cincinnati librarians who have their "winter day shaken up when homeless patrons decide to take shelter in their library for the night."
Estevez directed the movie and stars in it as well, alongside Alec Baldwin, Jeffrey Wright, Jena Malone and The Wire's Michael K. Williams.
It'll play at the Minneapolis Central Library at 2 p.m. on Sunday. The screening is free, but seats are available only on a first-come, first-served basis.
This is one of many similar stops Estevez is making with his movie; the release says it's being pre-screened at libraries across the U.S.
You can watch the trailer right here:
A return to Minnesota
Estevez, son of actor Martin Sheen and brother of Charlie Sheen, is no stranger to Minnesota.
The aforementioned Mighty Ducks (in which Estevez coaches a ragtag kids' hockey team, just in case you needed a refresher) was filmed in and around the Twin Cities, and has since become a quintessential Minnesota movie.
And its legacy lives on.
Back in January, some of the original cast members of the film made headlines by having a mini-reunion at an Anaheim Ducks game.
A couple of big asterisks, though — Estevez was not in attendance, and the reunion was in New York, not Minnesota.