If you were looking forward to catching the next Cameron Crowe film this Christmas, we’ve got some bad news. Sony Pictures has opted to push Crowe’s untitled new romantic comedy from its initial December 25th release date to May 29, 2015. Sony recently saw a new cut and decided the pic was more of a summer play rather than a holiday/awards-type film. Though I’m disappointed I’ll have to wait an extra five months to see the pic, hopefully it’s found a more fitting date. On its new opening weekend, the film will square off against the horror sequel Insidous Chapter 3 and the animated adventure/family pic Monster Trucks.
Crowe’s untitled romantic comedy stars Bradley Cooper as a defense contractor overseeing a weapons satellite launch from Hawaii who teams up with (and falls for) an Air Force pilot (Emma Stone) to scuttle the launch. The promising ensemble also includes Bill Murray, Alec Baldwin, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski, and Danny McBride.
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The fourth wall remains intact for this one.
The end is nigh.
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