As the film industry continues to grapple with a global pandemic keeping movie theaters closed, studios are trying to stay nimble, moving many summer releases out of theaters and into living rooms.
Sometimes Always Never, a new film starring Bill Nighy and Sam Riley, has officially moved online with a virtual release date of June 12 and on-demand July 10.
Directed by Carl Hunter, the film follows Alan (Nighy), a stylist tailor searching for his missing son, Michael, who stormed out over a game of Scrabble. While searching for his missing son, he must also repair the relationship with his youngest son, Peter (Riley), and somehow bring his family back together. Highly stylized and with a quirky sense of humor, the film seems like a perfect distraction from the news. Rather than catch it in theaters in March, now you can order it from the comfort of your home on June 12 and on-demand July 10.