Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock’s ‘The Heat’ Will Now Be a Big-Time Summer Release
The Melissa McCarthy-Sandra Bullock police comedy The Heat was supposed to be released April 5th, but the studio has moved the movie’s premiere date to June 28th, according to Collider. This means the studio was likely really impressed with the film and wants to put it up during the competitive but lucrative summer movie season. The Heat, which also stars Tony Hale, Demian Bechir, Kaitlin Olson, Taran Killam, and Michael Rappaport, will now be facing off with big summer movies Kick-Ass 2 and White House Down. This is the first movie directed by Paul Feig since Bridesmaids, and the studio quickly locked him down to a first-look deal after seeing a screening of The Heat. The Feig contract and moving it to the summer means they have a lot of faith in it. That stuff on top of all the great people involved means this will be one of the year’s most promising comedies.
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