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.
Paul Feig will produce the new feature, which is described as an action-comedy in the vein of 'The Heat'.
The duo star in the real-life crime drama for 'The Hangover' and 'Due Date' director Todd Phillips.
The night was dark and full of reruns, but it allowed for Fox's 'Wayward Pines' to make some gains as the only new scripted series on broadcast.
Half the MCU has assembled in Atlanta.
The studio wants to see more tricks.
The TV spot goes into incredible powers like invisibility, super-strength, and buying movie tickets.
Sofia Coppola directed the Netflix special, which will also star George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, Maya Rudolph, Jason Schwartzman, and more.
He also talks about potential plans for Blu-ray and theatrical re-releases for 'The Iron Giant'.
He also reveals one very important thing director Andrew Niccol learned to do since they made 'Gattaca' together.
Justin Kurzel’s adaptation takes place in 11th century Scotland and stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.