Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’s cinema release date has been delayed for a second time, it’s been revealed – more details here.
The release date of the Everybody’s Talking About Jamie movie is moving again it’s been revealed. The big screen take on the hit West End musical (in turn based on an acclaimed BBC documentary) had been due in cinemas in October 2020 originally, before being put back to the end of February 2021.
However, the star of the film – Max Harwood – has now confirmed on his social media account that the release date for the movie has been put back again. This time, it’s a postponement with no new release date announced.
absolutely gutting but unsurprising news that our film @jamiemovie is unfortunately being postponed until further notice 🥺. sad and so so sorry x love u x
— Max Harwood (@MaxHarwood) December 15, 2020
The film co-stars Richard E Grant, Lauren Patel and Sharon Horgan, with Jonathan Butterell directing. Tom MacRae is adapting his show for the screen.
When we get news of a new release date, we’ll let you know. Hopefully this one still makes it into cinemas, although don’t be surprised if Disney – which acquired the movie when it bought up Fox – opts to premiere it on the incoming ‘Star’ section of its Disney+ streaming service.
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