Cameron Crowe’s New Film Moved To May 2015

Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and co. will have to wait...

Cameron Crowe's New Film Moved To May 2015

by James White |
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We already knew we’d have to wait for Cameron Crowe’s latest, still-untitled romantic comedy drama, which had been dated for December in the US and March over here. Now the film has been pushed back further, earning a May 29, 2015 slot in the States.

The film, which Crowe originally developed as Deep Tiki, finds Bradley Cooper as a military contractor working on a satellite project in Hawaii who reconnects with an old flame (Rachel McAdams). At the same time, he falls for the air force officer (Emma Stone) assigned to monitor his work. Romance and Hawaiian mysticism flare, while the cast also boasts Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride and Alec Baldwin.

Crowe and editor Joe Hutshing have been busy getting the film into shape and it would seem the Sony brass has decided it should move from the competitive December awards slot and into a spring/summer release. “Once we saw the film, we knew that it would make a perfect summer release,” Sony marketing chief Jeff Blake says in a statement carried by Variety. “The movie is Cameron at his best.” Such a move isn’t always the best sign, but we’re staying confident in Crowe.

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