The American Film Institute has revived its “Night at the Moviesprogram after a five-year hiatus. The event is set for April 24 at the ArcLight Hollywood.

The program, presented with Target, is aimed at pairing classic American films presented by the artists who made them.

Lineup includes Kathy Bates presenting “Misery,”  Cher with  “Moonstruck,”  Sally Field with “Norma Rae,”  Peter Fonda with “Easy Rider,”  Harrison Ford with the director’s cut of “Blade Runner,”  Samuel L. Jackson with “Pulp Fiction,”  Shirley MacLaine with “Terms of Endearment,” Demi Moore with “Ghost,” Mike Myers with “Shrek,” Kurt Russell with “The Thing,” Kevin Spacey with “The Usual Suspects” and Sidney Poitier with “In the Heat of the Night.”

Tickets go on sale Thursday.