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Stalked: Pirates moved back and Lionsgate bags Dylan Thomas

KeiraKnightley.jpgDisney have moved up the opening date of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End and Lionsgate has bought the UK and Australian distribution rights to The Edge of Love, previously The Best Time of Our Lives, the Dylan Thomas film.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End has been moved a few hours to push it to 8pm on May 24th to try and eek as much money out of the audience as it can. Well to be fair what this does give us is an unfettered view of Pirates with nothing else on in the cinema that you would want to watch because you'd hopefully seen it already that week. It's sure to entice in a few more people who weren't initially going to see it. The story from Variety doesn't point out if this will happen outside of the US.

Meanwhile Lionsgate are the ones going to distribute the Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Matthew Rhys and Cillian Murphy starrer The Edge of Love, which we've known for some time as The Best Time of Our Lives. I prefer the new title it has to be said. The film is about the poet Dylan Thomas, his wife and their best friends and is based on true events adapted for the screen by Knightley's mother, Sharman Macdonald. The news comes from Variety.



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