Drive-Away Dolls, the Ethan Coen comedy, is postponed to 2024

Drive-Away Dolls, the Ethan Coen comedy, is postponed to 2024

Presented as a lesbian B series delirium, this film should have been unveiled by Universal in the fall, but the strike imposed a postponement of several months.

Last June, we discovered the teaser “funny fun” from Drive-Away Dolls, a comedy carried by Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, Pedro Pascal, Beanie Feldstein, Colman Domingo, Bill Camp and Matt Damon. Ethan Coen’s first film made without his brother Joel, it was co-written by the writer-director and his wife, Tricia Cooke, and presents itself as a completely crazy B series.

“The idea was to write three queer films, in the spirit of bis productions, explained Cooke by revealing these images. I always thought it would be cool to sit up front with our kids one day, when they’re older, and have fun together. Now we’ve wrapped one of those movies.”

Drive Away Dollsit’s the story of a couple of somewhat lost lesbians, who find themselves on a road trip in possession of a car that was not intended for them, with on board a suitcase filled with… mystery!

The film was to be released on September 22 in the United States and a few weeks later in France, but Universal has just announced its postponement. Farewell to the date of October 24, the film will finally be visible on March 13, 2024. A delay justified by the strike of screenwriters and actors, which prevents the teams from participating in the promotion of their upcoming projects. A damaging situation on this kind of “little movie” filled with popular comedians.

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