The Witch’s Trailer: Anne Hathaway-Led Reboot Heads to HBO Max
After removal Witches From their theatrical release schedule in June, Warner Bros. Pictures has been Announced Robert Gemekis will officially anticipate its upcoming US theatrical release plans for the upcoming Dark Comedy Reboot, opting for a digital release instead. The Anne Hathaway-led film, which is actually set to hit theaters on October 9, now opens on October 22. Especially on HBO Max. However, the film is expected to hit international theaters from October 28. The date is the same as the announcement release Witches Official trailer, you can see below along with the poster in the gallery!
– Warner Bros. Pictures (bwbpictures) October 2, 2020
Redesigning Roald Doll’s beloved story for the modern audience, Jemekis’ visually innovative film tells the dark humor and heartfelt story of a young orphan boy (Bruno) who goes to live with his loving grandmother (Spencer) in rural Alabama in late 1967. Of Demopolis. When the boy and his grandmother are confronted by some cunning but utterly vicious witches, she cleverly drives our young hero away to a great seaside resort. Sadly, they arrive at the same time that the Grand High Witch (Hathaway) of the world gathers her fellow friends around the world — secretly — to execute her evil plans.
Witches Oscar winners Anne Hathaway, Grand High Witch and Octavia Spencer are led by Oscar nominee Stanley Tussie. It also features Christine Chenowat, Cody-Lee Eustic and Zahzir Bruno, who provided the voice for the Chris Rock adult story.
Screenplay co-writer Robert Jemekis, along with Guillermo del Toro and Kenya Barris, directed the new film adaptation. Academy Award recipients Alfonso Curran (along with Jemekis Jack Rapke and Luke Kelly)The Revenant, Gravity) And Guillermo del Toro (The shape of the water, Pans Labyrinth). The executive producers are Jacqueline Levine, Marion Jenkins, Michael Siegel, Gideon Simeloff and Kate Adams.
Witches It was previously adapted into a film from director Nicholas Rogue in 1990 and stars Angelica Huston, Jason Fisher, My Jetterling and Rowan Atkinson.