Russell Crowe’s ‘Unhinged’ Moved to Late July Amid Pandemic
Unhinged is on the move again…
Solstice Studios announced this afternoon that the Russell Crowe starring movie will be moving back to a late July release amid fears that the pandemic will have another spike.
The film was set to be the first movie back in theaters as they prepare to reopen, however, as fears loom of the coronavirus having another spike, the studio decided to delay the premiere just a few more weeks.
Here’s the official Unhinged summary: After a confrontation with an unstable man at an intersection, a woman becomes the target of his rage.
In a recent interview, Russell opened up about Unhinged being the first major movie back in theaters.
“Outside of seeing family and friends that people hadn’t seen, the No. 1 thing they wanted to do was go to the cinema. The type of movie that they wanted to see.. I would have assumed comedy, I would have assumed love story, but the top genre on the list was thriller,” he shared.
Russell added, “In a way I think it’s a little bit of perverse human self-preservation. We want to go back to that place we’re familiar with, in that safe room where all the crazy stuff just happens on the screen. Not actually in our lives.”
Unhinged will be in theaters on July 31.
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