“Nightcrawler” Jake Gyllenhaal crime thriller release date moved

“Nightcrawler” Jake Gyllenhaal crime thriller release date moved

PanARMENIAN.Net - Nightcrawler's release date has crept back two weeks, The Hollywood Reporter said.

The film will be released Oct. 31 instead of Oct. 17, 2014, Open Road Films announced Tuesday, August 19.

Nightcrawler, which will screen at the Toronto International Film Festival, stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a driven young crime reporter in Los Angeles whose pursuits in the high-speed world of "nightcrawling" have dangerous consequences.

It shared the Oct. 17 spot with the David Ayer tank drama Fury, which was recently moved up from Nov. 14, and Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman. The date is also held by the horror origin story Dracula: Untold, the animated Book of Life, and the Nicholas Sparks romance The Best of Me.

The new date puts Nightcrawler in competition with thriller Before I Go To Sleep, the Daniel Radcliffe starrer Horns and the limited theatrical run of The ABCs of Death 2, which will be released on VOD Oct. 2.

Nightcrawler is the directorial debut of Dan Gilroy, who wrote the script. It is produced by Jennifer Fox, Tony Gilroy, Michel Litvak, Gyllenhaal and David Lancaste, with Gary Michael Walters and Betsy Danbury executive producing. It was financed by Bold Films.

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