BAD SAMARITAN: US Release Date Pushed Back To May 4th
The US release date for David Tennant's new movie Bad Samaritan has been pushed back one week to May 4th, effectively switching release dates with the new Avengers movie, Infinity War.
The new date was confirmed by the film's director and producer Dean Devlin, in conversation with Bad Samaritan's villain Cale Erendreich, who seems to have taken a break from terrorising young valets to open himself a Twitter account:
Mr Devlin, I am deeply disturbed to see we are being challenged by #TheAvengers. This is causing disorder. You know how I HATE disorder. Do I need to correct you? #BadSamaritan @Dean_Devlin— Cale Erendreich (@caleerendreich) March 8, 2018
Bad SamaritanNo correction needed, Mr. Erendreich. We can move the movie’s release date. How’s May 4th? #BadSamaritan @badsamfilm https://t.co/1SrPjSRaVr— Dean Devlin (@Dean_Devlin) March 8, 2018
Meet the new face of evil.
Bad Samaritan is a terrifying cautionary tale of two thieves who are using their valet business at a fine dining establishment as cover for a career in petty theft. But when breaking into a house they thought would be an easy score they uncover more than they bargained for. After making a shocking discovery, they must choose to run and hide, or face the killer whose dark secrets they have exposed.
Starring David Tennant, Robert Sheehan, Kerry Condon, Carlito Olivero, Bad Samaritan was directed by Dean Devlin and written by Brandon Boyce. It was produced by Devlin and his Electric Entertainment team of Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan.
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