This Day in Movie History – April 3rd, 1998 – Lost in Space Remake Movie Debuts

A big-budget remake of a 1960s science fiction television series made its debut on this day in movie history.

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Courtesy: New Line Cinema

On April 3rd, 1998, Lost in Space was released in theaters in the United States. This was a remake of the science fiction series that aired in the 1960s.

The film followed the Robinson family as a sabotage attempt leaves them and their experimental space craft, stranded far from Earth. As they try to get home, they uncover a mysterious ship as Dr. Smith makes his own plans while onboard…

The movie starred Gary Oldman, Matt LeBlanc and Heather Graham. It was a success at the box office, making nearly 140 million dollars on an 80 million dollar budget.

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