Weightless (2017)

Featuring intersections of love triangles in the Austin music scene, the movie under discussion is coming this spring with Weightless release date already defined. Terrence Malick is at the helm after his successful Knight of Cup.
The performance should be great, as the acting cast is rather experienced since it includes such names as:

  • Ryan Gosling,
  • Rooney Mara,
  • Christian Bale,
  • Haley Bennett,
  • Cate Blanchett,
  • Natalie Portman,
  • Val Kilmer,
  • Benicio Del Toro,
  • Michael Fassbender,
  • Clifton Collins Jr.,
  • Angela Bettis,
  • Bérénice Marlohe,
  • Florence Welch,
  • Holly Hunter.

Weightless (2017) Spoiler
Considering that this is the film by Malick, we can also hope for a slew of additional familiar names to come up.

Musical Drama?

Many people keep comparing this upcoming movie to Knight of Cup. On saying something on this point, Ken Kao, the producer of Weightless, once stated that this would be a completely different film, to be precise, more evolved and poignant with zeitgeist retained.
Moreover, though it is expected to be a musical drama, it won’t contain all features of this genre, only grounding in the Austin music scene.

Spring Hit

Weightless (2017) Promo
Having waited for more details, we were granted with the news that the premiere would be arranged not earlier than 2017. Fortunately, the release date is a confirmed issue – March 17, 2017. This will be the day when we are coming to theaters to follow this musical drama. Stay tuned with us, as more news can come off before the premiere!

Some More About the Project

British Board of Film Classification explored the project scrupulously to bring first arresting impressions to the audiences that look forward to the premiere. Well, some aspects should be taken into account. One of them is the infrequent yet strong sex references and scenes, as well as nudity. Some characters will also be trying to buy an unnamed drug. Strong language will also occur. To sum it up, it is not a surprising announcement that the film turns to be referred to the motion pictures with an R rating according to the MPAA. The story is shot to run for more than two hours, on a side note. Take this into consideration when deciding to follow the picture in your theater.


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