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A24 Dates Fall & Holiday Slate With ‘The Front Room’, ‘A Different Man’, ‘We Live In Time’, ‘Heretic’ & ‘Baby Girl’

EXCLUSIVE: The theatrical late Q3 and Q4 schedule is getting booked up as A24 has dated five releases as follows:

On Sept. 6, going wide, is The Eggers Brothers’ psychological horror movie The Front Room. The movie follows a woman’s mother-in-law who movies and proves to be the house guest from hell. Sound familiar? Brandy Norwood and Kathryn Hunter star. The pic joins wide entries, Warner Bros’ Beetlejuice Beetlejuice 2024 AD and an Angel Studios’ theatrical release.

On Sept. 20, in limited release, it’s the Aaron Schimberg directed A Different Man, starring Sebastian Stan, Renate Reinsve and Adam Pearson. The movie, which made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, follows Edward, an aspiring actor, undergoes a radical procedure to drastically transform his appearance. But his new dream face quickly turns into an obsession with reclaiming what once was. Stan won the Silver Bear Award at Berlin for A Different Man.

Director John Crowley’s We Live in Time, starring Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh, is going limited on Oct. 11. In the pic, an up-and-coming chef finds her life forever changed by a chance encounter with a recent divorcée, in a decade-spanning, deeply moving romance.

The horror thriller movie, Heretic, is dated to go wide on Nov. 15. Two young missionaries become ensnared in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse after they knock on the wrong front door in this movie from writer/directors Scott Beck and Bryan Wood which stars Hugh Grant, Chloe East and Sophie Thatcher. On the marquee that weekend is Amazon MGM Studios’ Dwayne Johnson-Chris Evans Christmas movie, Red One, and Sony’s Robert Zemeckis’ directed Here.

On Dec. 20, A24 will open the erotic thriller, Babygirl from writer director Halina Reijn. Nicole Kidman, Harris Dickinson, Antonia Banderas, and Sophie Wilde star in this movie about a high-powered CEO who puts her life’s work on the line when she begins a torrid affair with her much younger intern. Also on this weekend is Disney’s Mufasa, Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Angel Studio’s Homestead.

A24 will date in the near future, Cannes titles, On Becoming a Guinea Fowl from Rungano Nyoni and Paolo Sorrentino’s Parthenope.

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