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Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron’s comedy Flarsky is getting a prime summer berth in theaters.
Lionsgate said Thursday that the Summit film is being pushed from Feb. 8, 2019, to June 7, 2019.
The studio isn’t abandoning the winter date, however. Instead of Flarsky, Hans Petter Moland’s Hard Powder, starring Liam Neeson, Emmy Rossum and Laura Dern, will open Feb. 8.
Jonathan Levine is directing Flarsky from a Black List script by Dan Sterling. The story revolves around an out-of-work journalist (Rogen) who decides to pursue his childhood crush and babysitter (Theron). The hitch? She’s now one of the world’s most powerful women.
Summit previously released Levine’s films 50/50 and Warm Bodies.
Hard Powder is an action-drama about a local snowplow operator (Neeson) recently named citizen of the year of his small Colorado ski town for keeping the roads open through the winter. He takes the law into his own hands with only the tools of an outdoorsman when his son is unjustly murdered by a local drug cartel.
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