The ‘Joe Bell’ biopic starring Mark Wahlberg and released at the 2020 Toronto Film Festival has won its first trailer!
The plot is based on a true story and features Wahlberg as the eponymous character, a working middle-class family man who travels to the United States as part of a crusade against bullying and homophobia due to the tragic story of his son Jadin. (Reid Miller).
Previously scheduled for February 19, the feature will hit US theaters on July 23.
At the moment, there is no preview of its premiere in national theaters.
Check out the trailer:
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The film was written by Diana Ossana and Larry McMurtry, both Oscar winners for Best Screenplay for the memorable “The Secret of Brokeback Mountain”.
Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green (“Monsters and Men”), the film also features Connie Britton and Gary Sinise.
Released at the 2020 Toronto Film Festival, the drama was acquired by Solstice Studios for $ 20 million.
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