Babylon limited and wide release dates explained


Damien Chazelle’s new movie is definitely something to sing about from the rooftops.

The feature directorial debut of the 37-year-old American filmmaker Guy and Madeline on a park bench was released in 2009, but it was his second effort Whiplash in 2014, which really caught the attention of the audience.

He followed it up with a very ambitious musical La La Land in 2016 and returned with the Neil Armstrong biopic The first man in 2018.

The trailer for his upcoming epic Babylon was recently unveiled and the hype is already undeniable.

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Babylon release date explained

Although Babylon will have a limited release in theaters on Sunday, December 25, Empire reports that it will have a wide release on Friday, January 6, 2023.

Tickets are not on sale yet, but showtimes will be added to Fandango closer to the dates.

That means moviegoers can squeeze into select theaters before the end of this year, as we suspect it’s destined to make many “best of 2022” movie lists. However, there won’t be as many shows as when it opens wide open.

It’s opening exclusively in theaters, and there’s been no word yet on a streaming release date, so the big screen will be the place to be.

Running just over three hours, Babylon is set in the 1920s when Hollywood was transitioning from silent cinema to sound, ushering in the era of talkies. We have seen classic movies like Singing in the rain deal with a similar topic, so expectations will be quite high.

Who plays in Babylon?

As you may have gathered from the recently revealed trailer, the film boasts quite a star-studded ensemble.

Check out the main cast alongside their respective roles below:

  • Brad Pitt as Jack Conrad
  • Margot Robbie as Nellie LaRoy
  • Diego Calva as Manny Torre
  • Jovan Adepo as Sidney Palmer
  • Li Jun Li as Lady Fay Zhu
  • Jean Smart as Elinor St. John
  • Lukas Haas as George Munn
  • Tobey Maguire as James McKay
  • Max Minghella as Irving Thalberg

The likes of PJ Byrne, Flea, Spike Jonze, Samara Weaving and more are also expected to perform.

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“A big, epic, multi-character movie”

Damien recently spoke to Vanity Fair about the project, explaining that “the basic idea was to make a big, epic, multi-character movie, set in these early days of Los Angeles and Hollywood, when both of those things were coming into what you now consider them to be.”

He revealed that he “kept putting it off because it was just a little too massive” and has had the idea in his head for over a decade. However, he finally got around to it later The first man.

He shared some insight into the era it depicts, adding: “Everything is shifting beneath people’s feet, and I was really fascinated by the human cost of disruption on this scale, at a time when there was no road map, when everything was just new and wild.”

Babylon opens in theaters on Friday, January 6, 2023, with a limited release on Sunday, December 25, 2022.

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