Tom McCarthy’s ‘Stillwater’ Featuring Matt Damon Gets New Release Date

The upcoming movie, ‘Stillwater’ has got a new release date. Here’s all you need to know about it.

Stillwater– Plot & Cast

‘Stillwater’ is an upcoming crime drama, action-thriller movie. The revolves around how a father is striving to make her daughter, with whom he is not having a close relation, free from the murder charges which she has not committed. Matt Damon plays the role of an oil rig worker. He travels all the way from Oklahoma to Marseille. However, his journey is not easy as he will have to face cultural differences and linguistic barriers.

The star cast includes– Matt Damon (Bill Baker), Abigail Breslin (Allison Baker), Camille Cottin (Virginie), Deanna Dunagan (Sharon).

Tom McCarthy's 'Stillwater' Featuring Matt Damon Gets New Release Date

The film is directed by Tom McCarthy. Tom is an Academy award winning writer-director. Apart from just directing, Tom has also co-written the script of ‘Stillwater’ with Marcus Hinchey, Thomas Bidegain, and Noé Debré.

Screenplay of the film is looked after by– Tom McCarthy, Marcus Hinchey, Thomas Bidegain, and Noé Debré. The film is produced by late Steve Golin, Jonathan King, Liza Chasin and Tom McCarthy.

Release date

Previously, Focus Features (film producing company) had scheduled the release of ‘Stillwater’ in November 2020. However, the pandemic led to its delay just like plenty of other projects as well.

Tom McCarthy's 'Stillwater' Featuring Matt Damon Gets New Release Date

The new release date for ‘Stillwater’ is July 30, 2021 for the domestic theatres. There is no announcement yet about the international release date. It is expected to be somewhere near the domestic release date.

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Now it is awaited how well this action-thriller comes out to be on the big screens. Having Oscar winning director on board we can have high expectations from the movie. Till its release all we do is wait and also hope that the release date of the film is not shifted any further.

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