Relativity has moved up the release date for the dramatic thriller ‘The Disappointments Room’ from Nov. 18 to Sept. 9.
#dissapointments room moved to Sep 9th. Limited theatrical release, focusing on VOD.
— Ryan Kavanaugh (@RyanKavanaugh) August 15, 2016
“The Disappointments Room,” directed by D.J. Caruso and also starring Lucas Till and Michaela Conlin, revolves around unspeakable horrors that a mother and her young son discover the attic of their country home.
Originally set to open in theaters last March 25, the film has moved around the release calendar as Kavanaugh has worked to revive Relativity, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July 2015.
The company has repeatedly changed the dates of several of its titles.
“Masterminds,” starring Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilsonand Jason Sudeikis, will be released on Sept. 30 — 13 months after it was initially supposed to come out. It is directed by Jared Hess.
And “Kidnap,” starring Halle Berry, will debut on Dec. 2.