According to The Wrap, ‘A Rainy Day In New York’ eyes a fall release in the US.
Woody Allen’s “A Rainy Day in New York” will be released in North America, with the U.K.-based distributor Signature Entertainment eyeing to debut the film for North American audiences this fall.
Signature released “A Rainy Day in New York,” starring Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning, digitally on June 5 in the U.K. and has set a July 27 home video and DVD release. But the distributor had also previously acquired the film’s North American rights and is hoping to find a partner for a domestic release this fall.
Jon Bourdillon, who leads Signature, shared the news with Deadline on Wednesday. He clarified that the distributor was planning a theatrical rollout in the U.K. before the coronavirus canceled those plans, and the film does not expect to be released theatrically in North America under the present circumstances.
As reported yesterday, the full Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020 special aired last night. You can see the video below (with a short blooper segment with Timmy at 01.00.20) and some images in the gallery.
Timothée is a part of #GraduateTogether: America Honors the Class of 2020 tribute that will air later today. You can see the trailer below.
Graduate Together: America Honors the Class of 2020 will air simultaneously across ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, as well as a broad alliance of social media and streaming platforms. The one-hour primetime special airs on Saturday, May 16, and will honor the more than 3 million high school seniors across the country.
Artists, athletes, musicians, commencement speakers, influencers, and cultural icons will show their support with performances and messages featuring students, teachers, and their families from coast to coast.
Empire Magazine has released an exclusive new image from the upcoming ‘Dune’ movie. You can see that in the gallery or at their site. The magazine’s Cinema issue will become available on Thursday, May 14, hopefully with some more exclusive stills.
Variety has released the first still from ‘Dune’ featuring Timothée as Paul Atreides. They will also release a more in-depth look tomorrow, so be on the lookout for that. Read more at their site.
Tomorrow, Vanity Fair will provide an even more expansive exploration of Villeneuve’s quest to bring Dune to the screen, but today we begin with the central hero: Paul Atreides, a child of privilege raised by a powerful family, but not one strong enough to protect him from the dangers that await.
As the Atreides family leaves the oceanic world of Caladan to take over scorching Arrakis, they are also becoming prey to the brutal rival House Harkonnen, which seeks to exploit the desert world they are about to inherit. House Atreides is just one more part of the landscape to annihilate.
“The immediately appealing thing about Paul was the fact that in a story of such detail and scale and world-building, the protagonist is on an anti-hero’s-journey of sorts,” Chalamet said.
In other words, he’s not dreaming of adventure. He’s resisting it. Afraid of it.
“He thinks he’s going to be sort of a young general studying his father and his leadership of a fighting force before he comes of age, hopefully a decade later, or something like that.” Chalamet said. But fate has a different timetable for him. And he may possess powers even his trainers could not anticipate.
Since Timothée’s play ‘4000 Miles’ was supposed to come out in a couple of days (but has been postponed to as of yet unknown dates), Timmy and his costar Eileen Atkins were interviewed for the May 2020 issue of British Vogue. You can read the interview here and see a couple of photoshoot images in the gallery.
That Timothée Chalamet’s West End debut has been delayed due to the coronavirus crisis will only add to the frenzy of anticipation around his eventual arrival on the London stage. Originally slated to open on 6 April, the Old Vic’s production of Amy Herzog’s 4000 Miles has been postponed until shuttered theatres can reopen to the public. And when that day comes, Chalamet’s co-star Dame Eileen Atkins has an idea of exactly who will be filing through the doors to take their seats before curtain up.
The duo gave Vogue an insight into the theatrical event of 2020 days before rehearsals began for the scheduled seven-week run of the play, in which they star as a grandmother and her grandson, both grappling with grief. “There was something exciting about doing a play that feels very New York in London,” diehard theatre fan Chalamet, 24, says of relocating to take up the role of lost 21-year-old Leo-Joseph Connell, who shows up on his widowed grandmother’s doorstep in Manhattan out of the blue.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, ‘The French Dispatch’ has been pushed back to October. Read more at IndieWire.
Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” is having its theatrical release delayed from July 24 to October 16. The move shifts Anderson’s latest into the thick of awards season. The majority of Anderson’s recent releases have all been in the spring or summer, including “Isle of Dogs,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” and “Moonrise Kingdom.” The original July 24 release date led many in the film industry to believe Searchlight would world premiere “The French Dispatch” at the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, but that event has been postponed until future dates that still haven’t been determined.
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