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Terry Gilliam (Brazil, 12 Monkeys) fans around the world have already gotten the chance to watch his latest movie The Zero Theorem on their big screens, but those in the United States have not been as lucky.
But that will soon change, as Amplify, the studio releasing the movie stateside, has just announced that the movie will be getting its theatrical release here on Sept. 19.
According to Rope of Silicon, the studio has revealed the U.S. theatrical release date, while also announcing that, on Aug. 19, the movie will be available On Demand, giving overeager fans a quicker way to watch the film.
Starring Christoph Waltz, David Thewlis, Mélanie Thierry, Tilda Swinton, Ben Whishaw, Matt Damon and Peter Stormare, Gilliam's movie was first released in Italy in December, while making its theatrical debut in Russia in January, the U.K. in March and in France this weekend.
Additional countries saw the movie released in their territories in between these timelines. Until now, audiences in the United States didn't even have a clue when the movie was supposed to come out, or if it was even coming out, this year.
The movie was also featured at 2013's Venice Film Festival as well, increasing excitement for the film.
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