Richard Ayoade’s SUBMARINE gets a summer release date
Actor/comedian Richard Ayoade's directorial debut SUBMARINE has been awarded a high-profile Summer release date of June 3, 2011, Box Office Mojo has reported.
SUBMARINE will open against 20th Century Fox's mutant prequel X-MEN: FIRST CLASS and Focus Feature's comedy-drama BEGINNERS, where it will hopefully find the adorning audience its distinctly British style so rightly deserves.
The Weinstein Company acquired the North American distribution rights for the Ben Stiller-produced coming-of-age indie-comedy at the 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival late last year.
SUBMARINE, adapted from the 2008 novel by Joe Dunthorne, stars Craig Roberts as Oliver Tate, a 15-year-old boy with two objectives: to lose his virginity before his next birthday, and to stop his mother, Jill (Noah Taylor)l, from leaving his father, Lloyd (Noah Taylor), for her liberated dance teacher, Graham (Paddy Considine).
To peruse our thoughts on SUBMARINE, click HERE. Or, if you're still oblivious as to what SUBMARINE is, then watch the tremendous UK trailer below:
Check out our video interview with Ayoade HERE!
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