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Louis CK begs fans to help him release his new movie in theaters

by Stewart Cole

Louis CK.

Louis CK.
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As Johnny Depp celebrates a creepy victory and Harvey Weinstein refuses to stop appealing his convictions for sexual assault for a felony, embarrassed comedian Louis CK seems to have decided that it is his turn for a come back: his new indie movie, Wednesday July, is scheduled for limited release in theaters next month. The release comes less than a year after CK was awarded a Grammy for the best comic album for Sincerely, Louis CK, for which he joked about his well-documented history of complaints of misconduct. No one works harder in Hollywood than the cancellation of civilization!

doK fell from popular graces amid the start of the #MeToo mass movement in 2017, when five women accused him sexual harassment, in particular undressing and masturbating in front of them. doK he admitted and apologized for his behavior, and except for a few stomach-stinging doomdia Cellar sets, has remained largely out of the limelight.

Clearly, however, CK is ready to change that. Through him he announced his new film Websitealong with an appeal to fans to request the film in their local theaters. Wednesday July will have a premieres at the Beacon Theater in New York on June 30, followed by screenings in Chicago and Boston on July 1 and 2, but it remains unclear whether large-scale chains such as AMC will screen the film. according ΘΡ.

“We are still collecting and adding to the list of theaters that I will publish on the website for the movie that is on my site”, C.K He wrote. “Also if you want Wednesday July to play in a theater near you, contact the theater directly and request it. “

Wednesday July Starring comedian John List, who co-wrote the film with CK, as a New York jazz pianist and recovering alcoholic reuniting with his discerning family for an annual Independence Day holiday. Comedians Sarah Tollemache, Lynne Koplitz, Nick Di Paolo, Robert Kelly, and Tony V complete the cast.

“It was fun for me to direct and make a movie again,” C saidK wrote on his website. “I felt able to take care of the cast and focus on showing the film. “Whether I did it right or not depends on almost everyone except me.”

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