Nearly 30 years after it first premiered, Pretty Woman is still a rom-com classic — and now it's a Broadway musical!
Of course, the show wouldn't be complete without the 1990 film's breakout star, Julia Roberts.
And now, on Thursday night, August 2, Roberts, 50, will attend the theater remake, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
A source exclusively told Radar that the performance will honor the film’s late director, Garry Marshall, who died in July of 2016.
"His family will be attending, and Julia is going to surprise his family and the cast," the source claimed. "Garry made her a star; Without him, there would be no Julia Roberts!"
Roberts was very close to Marshall, and spoke out following his tragic death from pneumonia and stroke complications at 81.
"To know Garry Marshall was to love him," she told People.
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