As we begin to slowly transition to a slightly more naturalistic version of the world of cinema, it isn’t really crazy that we start thinking about the late 2021 releases. After all, by that time, most of us should be comfortable returning to movie theaters, so of course one might wonder which movies are ahead of us next. In particular, this may be the case considering that it should be the start of award season again. Well, focus features definitely hope one of their clicks is on your minds next, as they dated Belfast’s new Kenneth Branagh venture for November. Could this be the kind of adult fare Oscar sometimes falls for? we will see…
Here a little bit of The Hollywood Reporter:
Focus Features has set November 12 as the release date for Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, which will open in US theaters during award season.
Written and directed by Branagh, Belfast tells the story of a boy’s childhood during the turmoil of the late 1960s in Northern Ireland, where Branagh belongs. Focus Features will distribute the film in the United States, while Universal will handle overseas assignments.
Prana described the movie as his most personal to date. “It’s about coming home – an exciting journey full of excitement, emotion and humor,” the director said in a previous statement.
Belfast stars: Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds and introducing 10-year-old Good Hill. Dornan and Balf play a passionate working-class couple caught in chaos, with Dench and Hendes as dexterous grandparents.
Stay tuned for more …