Tom Hardy and Austin Butler Movie Shopping at Other Studios – Deadline

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Crime drama directed by New Regency’s Jeff Nichols Bikers is being shopped to rival studios and streamers after the film left its December 1 theatrical release date, Deadline has confirmed.

New Regency has a deal with 20th Century Studios/Disney, which was originally scheduled to release the film. 20th Century Studios/Disney produced Gareth Edwards’ brilliant sci-fi action film The creator starring John David Washington and this $80 million production did not do well earlier this fall, released during the actors’ strike and grossing $40.7 million US, $104 million WW. When it comes to releasing films outside of its Marvel, Pixar, Animation and Lucasfilm brands, Disney’s strong suit has rarely been in adult films, unlike other studios such as A24, Universal , Warner Bros who can offer such a price.

Bikers shifted its release to December 1 last month following AMC landing on the date with its second concert film, Renaissance: a Beyoncé film. Awards screenings have already been held for the film.

Bikers made its world premiere in Telluride and is 85% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. Starring Austin Butler, Tom Hardy and Jodie Comer, the pic follows the rise of a fictional 1960s Midwest motorcycle club through the lives of its members. The photo is inspired by Danny Lyon’s iconic photography book. Kathy (Comer), a willing member of the Vandals married to a wild and reckless biker named Benny (Butler), chronicles the evolution of the Vandals over the course of a decade, beginning as a local club of strangers united by good times. , rumbling bikes and respect for their strong and steady leader Johnny (Hardy). As the years pass, Kathy does her best to deal with her husband’s untamed nature and his allegiance to Johnny, with whom she feels she must compete for Benny’s attention. As life with the Vandals becomes more dangerous and the club threatens to become a more sinister gang, Kathy, Benny and Johnny are forced to make choices about their loyalty to the club and each other.

The film also stars Michael Shannon, Boyd Holbrook, Paul Sparks, Norman Reedus, Mike Faist, Emory Cohen, Damon Herriman, Beau Knapp and Karl Glusman.

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