Sick of hearing about the dope-smoking, New York in ’94-nostalgia-waxing, hip-hop fetishizing, Giulliani-villifying, coming of age tale “The Wackness” starring Josh Peck and Ben Kingsley yet? The film opens today in New York and Los Angeles, and nothing has been announced past that. We’ve been given a first look as the film expands into other markets in the U.S. They are thus.
July 11: SAN FRANCISCO, WASHINGTON, DC, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, SAN DIEGO, CHICAGO, SEATTLE
July 18: DALLAS, MINNEAPOLIS, PHOENIX, PORTLAND
July 25: HOUSTON, AUSTIN, DENVER, ATLANTA, PROVIDENCE, RALEIGH-DURHAM-CHAPEL HILL, CHARLOTTE, CLEVELAND, SAN ANTONIO, ALBUQUERQUE, SANTA FE, DETROIT, ANN ARBOR, MIAMI – FT. LAUDERDALE – WEST PALM, KANSAS CITY, HONOLULU, MAUI, MILWAUKEE, MADISON, SALT LAKE CITY, SACRAMENTO, FRESNO. MONTEREY, RENO, EUGENE, SALEM, TACOMA, OLYMPIA, BELLINGHAM, ANCHORAGE, ST. LOUIS, BALTIMORE, ANNAPOLIS, RICHMOND
August 1: PLEBE’S EVERYWHERE ELSE
The soundtrack is suffused with old school ’94 era hip-hop. Here’s all the music used in the film too. Sony Pictures Classics, don’t say we didn’t ever do anything for you. Will it be this year’s “Juno”? Survey says its way too early to tell. Oh yeah, another fucking trailer…