Transcript for Kevin Costner on 'Field of Dreams' 25 Years Later
Finally tonight, as one of the most memorable American films turns 25, its star, Kevin Costner, returned to the original field of dreams in Iowa, sharing some advice for dads everywhere on this father's day weekend. Here's ABC's Ron Claiborne. Reporter: They built it for the movie and they've been coming ever since. Among those at this weekend's celebration of the 25th anniversary of the field of dreams, its star Kevin Costner. To me, it represented a magical story about, you know, listening to a voice that maybe you don't want to listen to. If you build it, they will come. Reporter: Field of dreams is the story of one man's crazy idea to build a baseball diamond in his corn field, inspired by that mysterious voice. His character builds it even though he doesn't understand why. Am I completely nuts? Pretty, isn't it? Reporter: And soon, the ghosts of baseball players past come. This weekend thousands of people came to see the field and feel the magic. Everything that comes with the movie is just amazing. It's my father. Reporter: But field of dreams is more than a baseball movie. It's about a father and son reconciling. The movie does feel with that biblical thing of men and their sons maybe not getting along. You don't want to go through life and wish you had played catch. That's the metaphor, playing catch. Hey, dad? You want to catch? I'd like that. Reporter: A metaphor for this father's day weekend, a dad, his kids bonding over a gently tossed baseball on a field of dreams. Ron Claiborne, ABC news, new
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