Focal level Aspects has pushed support the free up date for its crime thriller The Outfit—starring Academy Award winner Impress Rylance (Dunkirk,Bridge of Spies)—by three weeks, from February 25 to March 18.
The tips comes following the announcement that Focal level, Universal Global and Carnival Films are pushing the free up date for Downton Abbey: A New Know-how from March 18 to Could possibly per chance merely 20 within the U.S. and April 29 within the UK.
The Outfit used to be initially situation to launch against Lionsgate’s terror-thriller The Satan’s Light, MGM and United Artists Releasing’s musical adaptation of Cyrano, Real Deed Entertainment’s Moon Manor, Birth Road Films’ Foo Warring parties terror-comedy Studio 666, Sony Pictures Classics’ romantic drama Mothering Sunday, Greenwich Entertainment’s doc Let Me Be Me, and Paramount Pictures’ re-free up of The Godfather.
This could well now play reverse the anime Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie, IFC Films’ song doc The Torch, Roadside Sights’ Sundance acquisition Alice, A24’s terror-thriller X, Zachary Levi drama The Unbreakable Boy and STX Entertainment’s Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre, from director Guy Ritchie.
Directed by Oscar-winning screenwriter Graham Moore (The Imitation Recreation), The Outfit follows Leonard (Rylance), an educated English tailor who former to craft fits on London’s world-famed Savile Row. However after a private tragedy, he’s ended up in Chicago, working a small tailor store in a rough piece of town the build he makes faithful clothes for the faithful people round who can hang ample cash them: a family of vicious gangsters.
Moore and Johnathan McClain wrote the script for the film, which furthermore stars Zoey Deutch (The Politician, Residing It Up), Johnny Flynn (The Dig, Emma.), Dylan O’Brien (Love and Monsters, 20th Century’s Maze Runner franchise), Nikki Amuka-Bird (Outmoded, Avenue 5), and Simon Russell Beale (Benediction, Radioactive).
Scoop Wasserstein produced with Ben Browning and Amy Jackson, with McClain exec producing.
Other upcoming titles from Focal level encompass Goran Stolevski’s You Won’t Be Alone and Robert Eggers’ The Northman.