Disney has announced that it has delayed the release of the upcoming film, “Self Reilance”, which was originally scheduled to arrive on Hulu this November, but has now been pushed back to January 12th 2024.
When a middle-aged man (Jake Johnson) is invited into a limo by famous actor Andy Samberg, his dull life takes a thrilling turn. Johnson is offered a chance to win a million dollars in a dark web reality TV show, where assassins from all over the world attempt to kill him for 30 days. The catch? He can’t be killed if he’s not entirely alone, leading him to recruit an unlikely team to help him survive.
The new comedy thriller stars Jake Johnson (“New Girl,” “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,” “Minx”), Anna Kendrick, Natalie Morales, Andy Samberg, GaTa (“Dave”), Emily Hampshire (“Schitt’s Creek”), Mary Holland, Boban Marjanović, with Christopher Lloyd, and Wayne Brady.
It has been written and directed by Jake Johnson, “Self Reliance” is produced by Lonely Island and Walcott Productions, while Ali Bell, Joe Hardesty and Johnson serve as producers and executive producers include Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone.
The film premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas on March 11th, 2023 and Hulu picked up the US distribution rights for the film earler this year, with Paramount having the global distribution rights.
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