Louis C.K. is readying the launch of “Fourth of July,” a new comedy-drama that marks the controversial comedian’s first feature directorial effort and hard work since admitting to sexual misconduct in 2017. The movie, which C.K. also co-wrote with Joe Record, centers on a recovering alcoholic from New York City who clashes with family on their yearly July 4th holiday trip. Listing stars in the movie opposite Sarah Tollemache, Paula Plum, Robert Walsh and Robert Kelly. C.K. also appears in a little function.
In accordance to C.K.’s formal site, “Fourth of July” will be acquiring a theatrical release starting July 1. Showtimes and theater locations have nevertheless to be introduced. C.K. will also be touring with the film for a person-night time only screenings in New York Town (Beacon Theater, June 30), Boston (Shubert Theater, July 1) and Chicago (The Vic, July 2). Tickets for these distinctive screenings are offered now on C.K.’s web page. Both Checklist and C.K. will attend these showings and participate in a put up-screening Q&A.
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Whilst C.K. has toured the nation with comedy sets due to the fact admitting to sexual misconduct, the “Fourth of July” launch will mark his return to flicks for the to start with time because the 2017 controversy. A couple of months before C.K. was accused of sexual misconduct, he debuted his directorial effort “I Really like You, Daddy” at the 2017 Toronto Worldwide Movie Pageant. The movie starred C.K., Chloë Grace Moretz, Pamela Adlon John Malkovich, Rose Byrne, Charlie Working day, Edie Falco and Helen Hunt. Moretz performed a teenager who is seduced by an older movie director.
Film distributor The Orchard experienced theatrical rights to “I Enjoy You, Daddy” but canceled the film’s New York premiere soon forward of The New York Instances dropping its report on C.K.’s record of sexual misconduct. The distributor then scrapped the film’s theatrical rollout and dropped the motion picture. “I Really like You, Daddy” was in no way officially unveiled.
Watch the trailer for C.K.’s “Fourth of July” in the movie underneath.
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