Posted on 19 October 2009.
I’ve only seen this news on one website, but it looks like a couple of Jeffrey Dean Morgan movies being distributed by The Weinstein Company have release dates for 2010.
Apparently All Good Things is scheduled for a March 2010 release and Shanghai for April 2010. Hopefully it won’t be the same week as The Losers.
I’m assuming this isn’t set in stone and I guess we won’t know until these movies are actually released, but it is looking good…
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Posted on 11 July 2009.
It seems like we need a chart to keep track of Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s movies, with all the changing release dates.
So what’s new or changed?
The Losers is set to start filming in two weeks in Puerto Rico, still with a release date of April 2010.
As mentioned before, Taking Woodstock is now coming out August 28, two weeks later than the original release date.
According to comingsoon.net, Shanghai has been removed from the Weinstein Company’s release schedule for 2009 and is being pushed back to a 2010 release date.
All Good Things has been pushed back to the fall, but since this is also being distributed by the Weinstein Company, I wouldn’t bet on this.
Watchmen is being released on DVD and Blu Ray July 21.
And The Accidental Husband DVD release? Last I heard it was July 2009…
Isn’t this a great image from The Losers? A poster based on this with the actors’ features will be released at Comic Con, so if you’re lucky enough to be attending, you may want to snag one of these.
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Posted on 09 June 2009.
Will we be seeing any Jeffrey Dean Morgan movies in the theater this year? Taking Woodstock seems like a sure thing, but The Accidental Husband looks like it won’t have a theatrical release because the distributor, the Yari Group, filed for bankruptcy late last year. Even a DVD release date keeps getting delayed.
Now it looks like a couple of other movies are looking at the same fate. All Good Things and Shanghai may be in danger of having their releases pushed back even further or not being released at all due to the financial troubles of their distributor, The Weinstein Company.
There’s been lots of hints out there lately that The Weinstein Co. is on the verge of financial collapse and is hoping that Halloween and Inglorious Basterds succeed financially and allow them to promote and release their other films and stop the company from having to declare bankruptcy. But it isn’t looking good.
You can read more at Deadline Hollywood. Here is the bit that talks about Shanghai and All Good Things:
That’s not all. Film financing sources tell me that, at one point, The Weinstein Company had scheduled for release the movie All Good Things for July 24th. This would have been the indie’s first pic out since February. But now TWC will be pushing that film to the 4th quarter, which prompted talk that TWC “doesn’t have the P& A to release it” and “is are worried about the financial results of its distribution”. Not so, says an insider with the production. It won’t be delivered until fall “for reasons having nothing to do with the Weinsteins”. Of course, this info was relayed to me after the Weinsteins placed a call to someone connected to the pic. I’m told “the movie is really strong. We just needed more time to complete it.” Groundswell Productions financed the movie but is depending on TWC for marketing and distribution.
TWC also had scheduled Shanghai, a $50+ milllion production, for release on September 4th. One of my sources explains, “They will push that film to another date in the distant future.”
We always have Days of Wrath to look forward to!
Jeffrey Dean Morgan in All Good Things - coming soonish to a theater near you
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Posted on 04 February 2009.
Here’s a cute candid of Jeffrey Dean Morgan on the set of All Good Things. This photo looks like it’s begging for a caption. Come up with something and the winner gets, well, nothing.
Posted in All Good Things