Biopic JOBS Set for August 16th Release; Release Dates Announced for ROMEO AND JULIET, SELFLESS, and HOMEFRONT

     June 12, 2013

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We’ve got a few release date announcements to share.  Briefly:

  • Jobs – The biopic starring Ashton Kutcher—which was initially slated to open this past April—has been set for release on August 16th opposite Kick-Ass 2, the historical drama The Butler, and the thriller Paranoia.  Read Matt’s review of the film from Sundance here.
  • Romeo and Juliet – Relativity Media has slated director Carlo Carlei’s Shakespeare adaptation for a limited release on September 6th.  Hailee Steinfeld, Douglas Booth, and Paul Giamatti star.
  • Homefront – Written by Sylvester Stallone, the long-delayed actioner starring Jason Statham, James Franco, and Winona Ryder will open on October 4th opposite Sin City 2, the sci-fi pic Gravity, and the thriller Out of the Furnace.
  • Selfless – Director Tarsem’s film about a dying man whose consciousness is transferred into a younger body will open on September 26, 2014. Ryan Reynolds stars.
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