Paramount Sets Robert Zemeckis’ FLIGHT for November 2 Release; THE GUILT TRIP Moves to Christmas Day

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Paramount has made a welcome release date announcement today.  Director Robert Zemeckis’ (Back to the Future) long-awaited return to live-action, the drama Flight, has been slated for release on November 2nd (per Box Office Mojo).  Zemeckis has been making creepy motion-capture films like The Polar Express and Beowulf for the last decade, but Flight marks his first live-action feature since 2000’s Cast AwayDenzel Washington stars as an alcoholic and drug-addicted pilot who safely lands a damaged plane and is quickly heralded as a hero, despite having been under the influence during the accident. The fantastic cast includes John Goodman, Melissa Leo, and Don Cheadle.  The film will square off against the R-rated comedy 21 and Over and Disney’s animated feature Wreck-It Ralph on that November date.

In order to put Flight on the 2012 release schedule, Paramount has pushed the family comedy The Guilt Trip (formerly My Mother’s Curse) from October 2nd to a prime Christmas Day slot.  The film centers on a mother/son road-trip and stars Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand.  The coveted December 25th date also includes Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby.

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  • johnny_rico

    hate to bust your balls, but the date is NOVEMBER not October. did you guys even read Boxofficemojo? it certainly says “11/2″ plus if you look at a calendar, October 2 is a tuesday and November 2 is a friday, the latter unquestionably makes sense. surprised this kind of mistake flew by you guys entirely, but I guess that’s what happens when you rush news.

    • Adam Chitwood

      For some reason my eyes read November as October. Fixed.

  • Evan

    November 2 sounds like a great release window for Flight. Be able to draw in Thanksgiving crowds and maybe garner award recognition

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