Michael Mann’s Ferrarisstarring Adam Driver and Penelope Cruz, as well as Todd Haynes’ May December, starring Academy Award-winning actresses Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman, are among the new titles added to the slate of Sky Original films to be released for Sky Cinema in 2023.
The list also includes Bonus tracks, a queer coming-of-age romance created by Josh O’Connor and Michael Gilbert, starring Susan Wokoma, Jack Davenport and Alison Sudol. The titles add to previously announced films, including the political thriller The Independent with Jodie Turner-Smith and Brian Cox, Zach Braff’s drama A Good Person with Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman and Lee, which follows a model turned war correspondent played by Kate Winslet. Recently, Sky Cinema also revealed the trailer for The Portable Door, starring Sam Neill and Christoph Waltz: the film follows a pair of interns who, in London, start working in a mysterious company.
Sky Cinema customers will have access to approx 100 Sky Original films in 2023. The films will also be available for streaming on the Now platform. However, for cinema lovers, it should be noted that A Good Person, Ferrari, May December And Lee will be released in cinemasat least in the British ones. A Good Personfor example, will hit UK cinemas in March, ahead of premiering on Sky Cinema and Now in April. In the United States Ferrarifor which a debut in Venice awaits us, does not yet have a distributor, while in Italy it will be distributed by 01 Distribution.
The film doesn’t have a specific release date yet, but it should arrive in the fall ahead of awards season. For more content check out a new photo of Adam Driver in Ferrari.