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Britney Spears' 2002 dramedy "Crossroads" is set for a special two-night re-release in theaters this October. 

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The re-release coincides with the launch of Britney Spears' memoir, "The Woman in Me." 

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Although it faced harsh criticism upon its initial release, "Crossroads" has a dedicated fan base and will be shown in nearly 900 theaters nationwide. 

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The movie, directed by Tamra Davis and written by Shonda Rhimes, features an ensemble cast, including Zoe Saldana, Anson Mount, Dan Aykroyd, and Kim Cattrall. 

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Tamra Davis, the director, expressed her excitement about the nostalgia and the actresses' performances in the film. 

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The re-release will include a bonus sing-along featuring two Britney Spears songs from "Crossroads" after the movie. 

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Additionally, the "Crossroads" soundtrack will be reissued as a special edition on October 20, featuring three new remixes. 

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Tickets for the screenings will be available starting September 28 on the Crossroads Fan Events website. 

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The screenings are scheduled for October 23 and 25, bridging the release of Britney Spears' memoir on October 24. 

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This event offers fans a unique opportunity to revisit Britney's early film career and celebrate her music.