Keira Knightley Drama 'Colette', 'Papillon' Remake Get 2018 Release Dates

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'Papillon'

Bleecker Street has dated its 2018 features slate, including Sundance dramas 'Leave No Trace' and 'What They Had.'

Bleecker Street has filled out its 2018 calender.

The indie distribution company has set the dates for titles that include the Papillon remake, Keira Knightley period piece Colette and drama Leave No Trace.

Bleecker Street has moved the nationwide release date for Jon Hamm political thriller Beirut up two days, from April 13 to April 11, and has pushed up the limited release of On Chesil Beach nearly a month, to May 18. 

Papillon — the Rami Malek-Charlie Hunnam remake of the Steve McQueen-Dustin Hoffman two-hander — will open nationwide on Aug. 24, nearly a year after its TIFF debut. The Slender Man thriller and Keanu Reeves sci-fi film Replicas are also set to open on that date. 

Bleecker Street has also dated all of its Sundance acquisitions, beginning with Leave No Trace, which will hit theaters in a limited release on June 29. The Ben Foster-starrer will open the same weekend as the Sicario sequel.

Knightley's Colette is set for a limited Sept. 21 release, opening the same weekend as Taron Egerton's Robin Hood. And fellow Sundance feature What They Had, starring Hillary Swank and Michael Shannon, will open on Oct. 12 in a limited release. 
 
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