Spike Lee’s ‘Oldboy’ Remake Starring Josh Brolin Pushed Back to November

Spike Lee's "Oldboy" has been delayed one month and will now open on Wednesday, Nov. 27 rather than Oct. 25.

FilmDistrict is handling domestic distribution for the revenge thriller, which is a remake of Chanwook Park's South Korean classic.

Josh Brolin stars alongside Elizabeth Olsen, Sharlto Copley, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Imperioli, Lance Reddick, Max Casella, Rami Malek and James Ransone.

See video: Josh Brolin Is Motel-Bound for 20 Years in Spike Lee's 'Oldboy' Trailer

Story follows a man held captive in a motel room for 20 years who has several days to figure out who kidnapped him and why.

"Oldboy" will now open wide against Disney's "Frozen," which caters to a much younger audience, as well as Fox Searchlight's "Black Nativity" and Open Road's "Homefront." Limited releases on Nov. 27 include Relativity's "Out of the Furnace" and a pair of dramas from the Weinstein Co. — "Grace of Monaco" starring Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly and "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," starring Idris Elba as Nelson Mandela.