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Richard Kelly's The Box Delayed





Richard Kelly's The BoxIt appears that the folks at Warner Bros. have once again taken the Trick 'r Treat approach of "let's never release it" when it comes to yet another of their better horror titles.

The folks at Cinematical learned that Richard Kelly's loose adaptation of Richard Matheson's The Box has been delayed yet again from March to November of next year.

The film has been officially completed and passed through the MPAA gates (with a PG-13) so no word on what is causing the delay. Hopefully this won't turn into another Southland Tales debacle.

- Andrew Kasch

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Debi Moore's picture

A comment over at Cinematical has given me some hope. According to one of their readers, "Warner Bros is not only happy with Kelly's film (test screening came back in the 90's), but they're considering pushing the film for a couple of awards next year ... Best Supporting Actor (Frank Langella), Best Original Score (Owen Pallet + Win Butler), and possibly Best Adapted Screenplay (Richard Kelly)." If that's the case, then I can live with the delay. I'm not happy about it, but still ...


Submitted by Debi Moore on Mon, 11/24/2008 - 7:06pm.
FilmCritic3000's picture

Can we get someone with an ounce of common sense at Warner Brothers please? Is that too much to ask?


Submitted by FilmCritic3000 on Mon, 11/24/2008 - 7:01pm.

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