The release date of the upcoming historical drama film Killers of the Flower Moon has been finalised.
According to Variety, Killers of the Flower Moon, a historical drama about the serial targeting and murder of members of the oil-rich Osage tribe, will be released in limited theaters starting October 6th and then in wide release on October 20th.
Directed by Martin Scorsese, the film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro (the irishman), Brendan Fraser (whale), as well as Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad), and Lily Gladstone (Reservation Dogs).
Killer of the Flower Moon is being produced by Apple Original Films, and will then begin streaming on Apple TV+ at an unspecified date. Paramount Pictures will partner with Apple on the theatrical release of the film. It’s expected to be a major awards season player, reports Variety.
The film marks the director and Oscar-winning actor’s next major collaboration, following Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Audition and The Wolf of Wall Street.
According to Variety, select film festival-goers may get a glimpse of the film before autumn, with multiple sources claiming that the film is expected to debut at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, “where it will premiere in the most spectacular of years.” Will be one.”
Also, DiCaprio was last seen in the satirical Don’t Look Up which streamed on Netflix. The film garnered positive response from netizens and also starred Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan and Jonah Hill in lead roles.
Scorsese, on the other hand, last directed the crime thriller film The Irishman, starring De Niro.
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