Super Bowl LI will be the first in a series of “Best Thing I Have Ever Seen” performances, according to the producers of the show.
In the opening episode, “Til Death Do Us Part,” the Super Bowl halftime show will feature a star from the film “The Perfect Storm” that is inspired by the film’s iconic scene.
The show will also feature a “Star Wars”-themed set, and a “Lincoln” star-studded panel that will include the late actor Mark Hamill, his son Ben, and actor Mark Ruffalo.
The show will air on ABC from Jan. 6-10, 2018.
For the rest of the Super Bigs, there will be a new Super Bowl Special every Monday starting Jan. 3.
The series will also be simulcast in other territories.
The series of performances will be performed by the entire cast of the film.
It’s a fitting tribute to the film that will be screened on Sunday, Jan. 10, as the film will be re-released on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on March 4.
The special will also include a Q&A session with Hamill and Ruffalo, and the producers are hoping the special will be available to buy in the store.
“Till Death Do We Part” is about a young soldier who was drafted to join the U.S. Army in 1942 and later enlisted in the U-2 spy plane, but instead of joining the U, he enlisted in an anti-submarine patrol.
Hamill said he felt “like the character in ‘The Perfect War,'” and he has since been inspired by that film.
Ruffalo said the film was inspired by his own father, who was a member of the U and was stationed in Vietnam, where he was captured.
“He’s the hero of ‘The War.'”
Ruffalos said the special is “very personal” to him.
“I wanted to do something for him that was meaningful and personal to him,” Ruffalo said.
Ralph and Beverly Hamill had previously announced the show was coming to ABC, and they shared a sneak peek at the new special at a press event last month.