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Louis CK begs fans to help him get his new movie to theaters

Louis CK begs fans to help him get his new movie to theaters

Louis CK.

Louis CK.
Photo: Rich Fury (Getty Images)

As 10 things i hate about youKat Stratford’s brooding heroine might say: What the hell is that, daytime asshole?

As Johnny Depp celebrates a scary victory and Harvey Weinstein refuses to stop calling his sexual assault convictions, disgraced comedian Louis C.K seems to have decided that it is also his turn for a come back: his new independent film, Fourth of July, is slated for a limited theatrical release next month. The release comes less than a year after CK was assigned a grammys for Best Comedy Album for Sincerely, Louis CK, on which he joked about his well-documented history of misconduct allegations. Nobody works harder in Hollywood than cancel culture!

VSK fell out of popular favor at the start of the mass #MeToo movement in 2017, when five women accused him of sexual misconduct, especially undressing and masturbating in front of them. VSK admitted and apologized for his behavior, and apart from a few upsetting the stomach VSomedie Cellar sets, remained largely aloof from the public.

Obviously, however, CK is ready for that to change. He announced his new movie via his websitealongside a call for fans to request the film at their local theaters. Fourth of July will have a premiere at New York’s Beacon Theater on June 30, followed by screenings in Chicago and Boston on July 1 and 2, but it’s still unclear if large-scale chains like AMC will screen the film, according THR.

“We are always compiling and constantly adding to the list of cinemas that I will post on the movie’s web page which is on my website”, CK wrote. Also, if you want Fourth of July to play at a theater near you, please contact the theater directly and ask. ┬╗

Fourth of July stars comedian John List, who co-wrote the film with CK, as a New York jazz pianist and recovering alcoholic who reunites with his crafty family for an annual Independence Day vacation. Actors Sarah Tollemache, Lynne Koplitz, Nick Di Paolo, Robert Kelly, and Tony V round out the cast.

“For me, it was really fun to direct and remake a film”, CK writes on its website. “I felt like I was able to take care of the casting and focus on the look of the film. Whether I did it all right or not is pretty much up to everyone but me.

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