Produced by Sam Raimi, the film is directed by “A Quiet Place” screenwriters Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.
Sony Pictures has announced that the vision date of the science fiction movie “65”, which is expected to be released on April 29, has been postponed. The movie, starring Adam Driver, will be released on April 14, 2023.
Produced by Sam Raimi, who directed the Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire and the movie “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, which will be released on May 6, the film was written and directed by the duo of Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. Beck and Woods previously wrote screenplays for “A Quiet Place” with John Krasinski, wrote and directed horror films like “Nightlight” and “Haunt.”
The movie “65”, which Sony has delayed a full year and upset the eagerly waiting moviegoers, tells the thrilling story of an astronaut who crash-landed on a mysterious planet and realizes that he is not alone here. No explanation was given as to why the movie’s release date was changed. This delay takes “65” away from competing with “Memory,” the action thriller starring Liam Neeson, set to hit theaters April 29, and the Doctor Strange sequel, directed by Sam Raimi. Therefore, it is thought that this may be one of the reasons behind the decision.
The trailer for “65” starring Chloe Coleman and Ariana Greenblatt, as well as Adam Driver, or detailed information about the film’s plot has not been shared yet.