Dee Rees "Pariah" Release Date Now Moved To December 28th!

by Vanessa Martinez
September 30, 2011 11:33 AM
3 Comments
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We just received notice confirming the official theatrical release date for the critically acclaimed Pariah is now December 28th.

If you recall, the S & A extensively covered Dee Rees' drama, was previously announced for a theatrical release in select cities Sunday, December 25th. Anyhow, mark your calendars for the new date, which is now WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28th 2011.

The film will initially open across select theaters in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, but will expand soon after throughout the winter.

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3 Comments

  • M | January 3, 2012 1:05 PMReply

    i really hope this movie comes to massachusetts soon! i am dying to see it

  • Step up and step out | December 30, 2011 1:53 AMReply

    Do you know when or if it will come to Columbia SC

  • Miles Maker | October 3, 2011 7:43 AMReply

    Thanks for updating your fans.

    Theatrical expansion is almost always contingent upon box office performance and financial success as nothing is promised or assumed beyond Pariah's 3-city limited theatrical release. We've all sat back and watched audience complacency stunt a film's theatrical growth before, so I encourage everyone to buy a ticket and welcome your friends & family in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco to come out and see this modern day family film with you on the last week of 2011 because you just never know how long it will be around!

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