Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' Wide Release Moved Up to New Years
Briefly: Some great news for Tarantino fans anxiously awaiting his new film! The Weinstein Company has officially moved up the theatrical nationwide release of The Hateful Eight, Tarantino's eight feature film, to New Years Day - January 1st, 2016. It will initially open for a limited release on December 25th, Christmas Day, in a few bigger markets like New York and Los Angeles. There will also be the 70mm roadshow version, which will start playing at the end of December and expand to different 70mm-equiped cinemas throughout January. The Hateful Eight is a 3-hour long western set mostly in a cabin during a blizzard, where eight bounty hunters (including Kurt Russell, Samuel Jackson, Walton Goggins & Jennifer Jason Leigh) are stuck. See the official trailer here - and catch the film in theaters sooner than you know it.
With the storm only 2 weeks away, an unholy chill is sweeping in. In select cities 12/25, everywhere 1/1. pic.twitter.com/7gjPvEMEZo
— The Hateful Eight (@thehatefuleight) December 11, 2015
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
Yis!!! Too bad that's not for SK... T_T
DAVIDPD on Dec 11, 2015
this can't come soon enough!
dan on Dec 13, 2015
What worries me is that if they're moving the wide release closer to the limited release, the film just isn't good enough to allow it to brew in select theaters. They want people buying tickets ASAP before negative reviews start flooding in. I love Tarantino, but since the first trailer came out, I have had an unsettling lack of interest in this film 🙁
Ben on Dec 14, 2015
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