Meghan Markle may officially be done with acting, but that doesn't mean she won't ever appear on the big screen again: The star's upcoming wedding to England's Prince Harry will be screened in movie theaters across the country.

Fathom Events is teaming with BritBox (the British television subscription service from UK networks the BBC and ITV) to offer a commercial-free broadcast of the royal wedding on May 19, featuring footage captured during ITV's live coverage of Markle and the prince's nuptials. The "encore performance," as it's being billed, is slated to run for three hours and 30 minutes, and will be available in nearly 200 theaters in the U.S.

While many royal watchers may just want to camp out on their couch to catch the ceremony live on TV, the event is sure to draw some interest, since Markle is best known for acting (most notably on USA drama "Suits," which just wrapped its eighth season -- and its last featuring Markle). And there's bound to be plenty of famous faces in attendance at the wedding, including Markle's good pal and fellow actress Priyanka Chopra, as well as her "Suits" costars. Not to mention the last royals to have a splashy televised wedding, Prince William and Kate Middleton.

For more information about the Fathom Events promotion, click here. Markle and Prince Harry's wedding is scheduled for Saturday, May 19 at St. George's Chapel and Windsor Castle in England.

[h/t The Hollywood Reporter]