Poor Things Release Date: When It Will Be Released?
Are you curious about the Poor Things release date? The answers are below, so don't spend too much time trying to remember the horror movie.
We can all watch another strange-sounding movie thanks to the return of Yorgos Lanthimos. An adaption of a well-known work of Scottish surrealism, this might be his oddest work to date.
Poor Things, a science fiction film based on the Alasdair Gray novel, features tragedy and body horror while also serving up a hearty dose of dark humour. Why not at least be hilarious if you're going to be twisted? Actually, this just sounds like another new Lanthimos film, and we have all the information for you.
The release date, cast, and other information for Lanthimos' next movie are listed below.
What is the Poor Things Release Date?
Although the Poor Things premiere date is unknown, 2023 is the most likely year for its release. This year's Cannes Film Festival is apparently where the suspense film will have its world premiere, a significant and spectacular debut if ever there was one.
If this happens, Poor Things should be released by the end of the year. Nobody knows with certainty when. A movie may not be released in theatres for several months after it has completed the festival circuit.
Who is in the Cast of Poor Things?
There are some huge stars in the cast of The Poor Things. The main characters are Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo, who are joined by Willem Dafoe, Ramy Youssef, and Kathryn Hunter, among others.
The following Cast members are expected to be in the Poor Things:-
- Emma Stone as Bella Baxter
- Mark Ruffalo as Duncan Wedderburn
- Willem Dafoe as Dr Godwin Baxter
- Margaret Qualley
- Suzy Bemba
- Wayne Brett as Priest
- Jerrod Carmichael as Harry Astley
- Ramy Youssef as Max McCandless
- Christopher Abbott as Sir Aubrey de la Pole Blessington
- Kathryn Hunter as Swiney
What Will Happen in Poor Things?
According to a February 2021 report from The Film Stage and the 1992 novel by Alasdair Gray's Goodreads page, “Poor Things” is a “Frankenstein reworking.” These two sources inform us that “Poor Things” is set in the Victorian era and that Victoria McCandless, a free-spirited and extremely sensuous woman who drowns herself to flee her violent husband, is the main character of the novel.
In the aftermath, a strange scientist by the name of Godwin Baxter revives her. He alters Victoria's name to Bella Baxter and replaces Victoria's brain with the brain of her unborn child. Godwin meets Bella and realises his scientific goals, but he also has to deal with the difficulties that arise when Bella's envious husband finds out about her.
“Poor Things” is a funny political allegory and a thought-provoking conflict between men's appetites and women's freedom, according to Goodreads' summary of the book.
Although it is yet unknown how closely the movie will resemble the book, it is evident that Gray's novel provides a wealth of material. We are eager to see how “Poor Things” will translate to the big screen in this peculiar yet captivating adaptation.
Is There Any Trailer for Poor Things?
As we know there is no official announcement on Poor Things. So there is no trailer yet. For more updates keep an eye on it!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Poor Things Movie Shot?
According to reports, Lanthimos recently finished shooting “AND” in New Orleans. Additionally, he is prepared to perform “Poor Things” at a prestigious festival like Cannes or Venice. This past week, some pictures of Emma Stone and Jesse Plemons on the ‘AND' set appeared online. It appears cool.
What's the Storyline of the Book Poor Things?
The narrative of the book centres on Scottish public health worker Archie McCandless, who develops feelings for Bella Baxter after her unborn child's brain was implanted into her dying body by his physician buddy Godwin Baxter.