Road rage is a worthy topic in these stress-heavy times.
Movie theaters are prepping to reopen in July (hopefully sooner!) with Tenet on July 17 being the first big release, but there is another movie, this one called, Unhinged, that is scheduled as of this writing to be the first wide theater release since the pandemic shutdown.
Written by Carl Ellsworth (“Red Eye,” “Disturbia”) and produced by Lisa Ellzey (“Warrior” and “Kingdom of Heaven”), “Unhinged” imagines the worst that can happen when two stubborn people (Crowe and Caren Pistorius) piss each other off in traffic. The film directed by Derrick Borte (“American Dreamer”) is the first movie in the $20-80 million range to be developed, produced and released wide by Solstice Studios, a theatrical company founded in October 2018 in partnership with Ingenious Media.‘Unhinged’: How Russell Crowe Could Have a Summer Movie hit | IndieWire
Get that buttery popcorn ready, movie theater owners. We’ll be back there, if you’re open in our area, for this one. Will you be watching this in the theater, too?
Unhinged is scheduled to open wide in (hopefully!) theaters on July 1, 2020.