Sony has announced that The Broken Hearts Gallery, a movie by Selena Gomez, will arrive in cinemas USA in July.
The Broken Hearts Gallery, film produced by Selena Gomez and distributed by TriStar Picturesnow has a new release date: the 10th of July, will debut in american cinemas.
His arrival in the cinema anticipating a week Tenet, the project, directed by Christopher Nolan, considered the title is currently in a position to demonstrate the interest of viewers in respect of the film after the long closure of the salt.
The film The Broken Hearts Gallery, it was written and directed by Natalie Krinsky and starring Geraldine Viswanathan (Bad Education) and Dacre Montgomery (Stranger Things). At the center of the plot there is Lucy, a givane who works as an assistant in an art gallery and lives in New York. After that Lucy is dumped by her latest boyfriend, the young man decides to create the Broken Heart Gallery, a space where to exhibit of items left at the end of a love story. The news of the gallery, spreads, and gives life to a movement and a new beginning for all the romantics, including Lucy.
They are part of a cast that includes Utkarsh Ambudkar, Molly Gordon, Phillipa Soo, Suki Waterhouse, Arturo Castro, Ego Nwodim, Taylor Hill, and Bernadette Peters.
Selena Gomez, involved as an executive producer, said: “Is there really much need to hear the stories narrated by the writers and directors. Natalie is a wonderful talent and I am happy to be a part of his debut film. I understand the concerns of the people regarding the return to the activities they loved before COVID-19. I hope that everyone will listen to the recommendations of the scientists and consider the health and safety of others while enjoying a movie in theaters“.
Krinsky added: “Are incredibly thrilled that Sony has defined our relationship by proposing The Broken Hearts Gallery in the world. Make a movie – the first in particular – is how to find a soul mate: the years of broken hearts and (maybe) in the end the triumph. At this time in the sign of the distance is nice to be able to fall in love. Now I can’t wait viewers to see it (safely) in the cinema“.
Josh Greenstein, president of Sony Motion Picture Group Presidentsaid: “Now, more than ever, The Broken Hearts Gallery will captivate the viewers ready for a cinematic experience that can make them feel good this summer“.