According to Variety, Vertical Entertainment has officially delayed the theatrical release for its upcoming romantic comedy She Came to Me, starring Game of Thrones vet Peter Dinklage. Originally scheduled for a September 29 release, the film has been pushed back for a week, and will now arrive in theaters on October 6.
“In light of Killers of the Flower Moon release date shift, we jumped at the opportunity for the Oct. 6 date for She Came to Me,” Vertical’s Peter Jarowey said in a statement. “It is a competitively less crowded weekend which allows us an even better window to present Rebecca’s unique, funny and enchanting film to moviegoers nationwide.”
What to Expect in She Came to Me?
“Set in the bustling metropolis of New York City, follows Steven Lauddem, a composer who is plagued by a creative block which leaves him unable to finish the score for his big comeback opera,” reads the synopsis. “When his former therapist-turned-wife Patricia suggests he rekindle his creativity by getting lost in the city, Steven sets out in search of inspiration. His epiphany comes after he meets a spirited woman named Katrina and discovers his life has much more potential than he bargained for, or ever could have imagined.”
Described as an enchanting romantic comedy, She Came to Me is written and directed by Rebecca Miller. The film stars Dinklage as Steven, Anne Hathaway as Patricia, Marisa Tomei as Katrina, Joanna Kulig as Magdalena, Brian d’Arcy James as Trey, Evan Ellison as Julian, and more.
The film is produced by Miller, Hathaway, Damon Cardasis, Ged Dickersin, Pamela Koffler, and Christine Vachon. Executive producers are Len Blavatnik, Danny Cohen, and Vince Holden. The creative team also consists of cinematographer Sam Levy, editor Sabine Hoffman, and composer Bryce Dessner.