Here, we are going to talk about Promising UK Release Dates. Promising Young Woman is a 2020 American black comedy thriller with Emerald Fennell as director and writer. It was his directorial debut. Margot Robbie acted as lead producer of the film, and it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 25, 2020. In addition, the film premiered in US theaters on December 25, 2020. The film received positive reviews for its scenario, direction, and lead actress, appearance of Carey Mulligan. The film received five Oscar nominations for the category, best film of the year, best performance by an actress in a leading role, best achievement in directing, best original screenplay, and best achievement in film editing.
Promising Young Film is one of the most talked about films of 2020 and 2021 so far. The film has a high chance of winning several Oscars this year among the categories for which they are nominated. The National Board of Review named the film as one of the ten best films of 2020. They also awarded Carey Mulligan as Best Actress that year. Promising Young Women have won more than 80 awards worldwide, and many are still awaiting a decision. The film stars Carey as Cassandra “Cassie” Thomas, Bo Burnham as Ryan Cooper, Alison Brie as Madison McPhee, Clancy Brown as Stanley Thomas, and Jennifer Coolidge as Susan Thomas.
Focus Features acquired distribution rights for the film in February 2019. The film’s initial release date was April 17, 2020, but was later changed to December 25, 2020 due to the pandemic. However, the effects of the devastating pandemic were still there during December, so the box office results weren’t that great. The film was a hit, just barely. Despite this, Video on Demand released the film on January 15, 2021, attracting the film’s popularity.
What Was the Promising Young Woman About?
Promising Young Woman follows 30-year-old women, who drop out of medical school. He lives with his parents in Ohio. He suffered trauma from his student years when a classmate raped his best friend, Nina Fisher. The school and the police stopped investigations to convince them, and Nina never accepted her justice. Now in the present, Cassie has no purpose in life and spends most of her evenings drinking in clubs and letting men take advantage of her. One day, he meets his former classmate Ryan Cooper at the coffee shop where he works. He learns from Ryan that Al will soon get married.
In order to get revenge on Nina, Cassie begins a plan to destroy her marriage. He also plans to target everyone who doesn’t believe Nina was raped, as well as those who harassed her or was responsible for hurting her in any way. Cassie starts her revenge with Madison McPhee, her old friend who doesn’t trust Nina and Cassie. He called Madison to meet him and managed to get the latter drunk during their get-together. She then called the man she hired to take Madison to a hotel room. One by one, Cassie pursues the people who fought Nina during her difficult times. Until finally, it’s time for Al’s marriage to come, and he begins his master plan to destroy his life permanently.
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Promising British Release Dates for Young Women:
The UK release date of Promising Young Woman has yet to be confirmed. The audience in the UK is looking forward to the film. The British Academy Film Awards nominated films in six categories, best film, original screenplay, casting, editing, original music and outstanding British film. The Awards Ceremony will take place on April 11, 2021. The film has an eleven month gap between its premiere and theatrical release; this allowed the film to take off, especially after critics at the Sundance Film Festival praised it.
The film is available for rent or purchase on several websites, including Amazon, Vudu, and so on. However, all of them are only available in the US. There is currently no website available in the UK where the film is available to stream or purchase. As for the theatrical releases, it will happen around or after winter 2021-2022.
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