Release Updates: Bigelow's SEAL Film for Oct 2012, 'One Shot' in 2013
Now that we're almost through July, studios are starting to fill up the fall season and beyond. Yesterday we reported that G.I. Joe: Retaliation was going to take Star Trek's summer 2012 spot, but we've got more. Deadline says that Sony has scheduled Kathryn Bigelow & Mark Boal's untitled SEAL Team 6-Osama bin Laden hunt project for October 12th, 2012, in a key late fall Oscar spot, as I'm sure they're hoping it'll get awards play. Additionally, Emilio Estevez's The Way will get a limited release on October 7th this fall, and Paramount's Tom Cruise project One Shot will hit on the distant February 8th, 2013. More below!
One other big release date update for this winter - Paramount has pushed Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol (watch the trailer) back a few days to Wednesday, December 21st instead of Friday the 19th, to separate itself from Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and to open that early pre-Christmas mid-week Holiday slot (Sony's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is also scheduled for then). Jason Reitman's new film Young Adult, starring Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt, is now scheduled for December 9th. And finally, Cannes favorite We Need to Talk About Kevin starring Tilda Swinton will hit limited theaters starting on December 2nd. As always, you can find our full release schedule updated through 2012 online.
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
I am sure the Seal Team Six film will be 100% fiction. No one really knows the true story of osama bin laden and that supposed "mission". We dont even have a photo! I am sure there will be lots of drama and suspense and events that never happened (of course) just 100 pct hollywood, and there will be a nice mellow muslim funeral at the end. Hahaha but IRL spoilers: there was no "muslim funeral"! My cousin is in the navy and he was on that ship, the Carl Vinson. They just dumped the body overboard (whoever it was) and no muslims in sight. Dont believe the lies the establishment media and gov't tell you.
dsasdfa on Jul 29, 2011
If you are going to make a statement about an actual event please name your sources otherwise like this film your statements are 100% fiction. The ole "I knew a guy..." is soooo BS.
Pilgrim UK on Jul 30, 2011
@dsasdfa.......You are such a hypocrite!! You say we shouldn't believe the lies the establishment media and gvt tell us, and yet you expect us to believe (from a complete stranger) that bunk about your cousin. Either he wasn't important enough to be privy to what was going on, or (more likely) you're just making this up. I'm so sick of the right-wing paranoia machine about "there was no photo"!!! Unless you lost someone during 911, I don't think you have any business looking at some gorey picture of a dead guy, regardless of who he is. It's just a freakin' movie, GET OVER YOURSELF!!!
Jules on Jul 30, 2011
NOBODY knows outside of the team and NOBODY will ever know the complete story. The SEALS want to be left alone to do their job............ Enough has been information disseminated. Mullen said it right when he said: It is time to shut up
Rosalee on Aug 2, 2011
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