Let’s put it like this, you may think you’re ready to see Boots Riley‘s sensational Sorry to Bother You. But I assure you, you are not!
In the tradition of Brazil, Boots brings moviegoers one of the most dazzling off the riff movie of 2018. Annapurna Pictures new Comedy/Fantasy/Sci-Fi movie Sorry to Bother You is directed by Boots Riley and has a star-studded cast. Read on to get more details on the upcoming film Sorry to Bother You…
CelebNMovies247.com has the latest on Sorry to Bother You which is set to hit theaters on July 6, 2018 via a limited release.
Boots Riley, wrote and directed the film also has a heavy hitting cast which includes; Armie Hammer (Call Me by Your Name), Tessa Thompson ( Thor: Ragnarok), Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out, Death Note). In addition, Steven Yeun (Okja, The Burning), Danny Glover (Proud Mary, Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy), Omari Hardwick (Power), Terry Crews (The Untitled Deadpool Sequel) and more…
The Plot Line:
“In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, black telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success – which propels him into a macabre universe.”
Get ready for some of the most bizarre ideas and off-the-wall imagery this film has in store for you.
Annapurna Pictures wisely scooped up Riley’s much-discussed debut movie after it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and now they’ve released the first Sorry to Bother You trailer.
Strap in, because it’s about to get weird in a good way:
Slash Films reports:
Strap in, because it’s about to get weird in a good way. Slashfilm.com has this to say about the upcoming thriller:
“Lakeith Stanfield (Atlanta) plays Cassius Green, a lackadaisical telemarketer who realizes he has the power to speak with a “white voice” (played by Arrested Development‘s David Cross). Armed with this new skill, Cassius (aka “Cash”) becomes a rising star at his company – much to the chagrin of his activist girlfriend, Detroit (Tessa Thompson). At the top of the corporate ladder, Cash encounters the over-the-top personality of Steve Lift (Armie Hammer), a coke-snorting CEO who has a few disturbing secrets of his own. The film itself is hilarious, fanciful, occasionally unsettling, and creepy.
Photo courtesy of Annapurna Pictures below: