The late Brittany Murphy’s final movie, “Something Wicked” is getting a theatrical release next month. The thriller, which will debuting in Eugene where it filmed, also stars Shantel VanSanten and John Robinson, among others.
Press release follows.
March 17, 2014 – Los Angeles – The long-awaited final film of the late actress Brittany Murphy will hit theaters beginning April 4, 2014. “Something Wicked” has been rated R and will debut in the Regal Cinemas in Eugene, Oregon (Valley River Center Stadium 15) on April 4 with more than 20 additional regional Regal Cinema theaters to follow weekly. A nationwide expansion will occur shortly after.
The hauntingly seductive thriller about obsession and young love gone wrong stars Shantel VanSanten (“Gang Related,” “One Tree Hill,” “Final Destination”), John Robinson (upcoming Peter Bogdanovich movie, “Big Sur,” “Lords of Dogtown”), Julian Morris (“Once Upon a Time,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “Valkyrie”), James Patrick Stuart (“Supernatural,” “Hot in Cleveland”) and Brittany Murphy (“8 Mile,” “Uptown Girls,” “Clueless”).
“Something Wicked” is debuting in Eugene to honor the location where it was filmed. On April 11, “Something Wicked” will expand to 5 Regal theaters in Portland, with 7 theaters in Seattle the subsequent week. It will also open the University of Oregon’s Cinema Pacific Festival in Eugene and Portland, Oregon on April 23.
Additional theater listings and information can be found at www.SomethingWickedTheMovie.com, on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SomethingWickedMovie and on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/WickedFilm
“Something Wicked” is a Merchant Films production, directed by Darin Scott, written and produced by Joe Colleran. Merchant Films Releasing is distributing the film.
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