‘The Glorias’ to Skip Theatrical Release, Debut on Amazon
Gloria Steinem biopic “The Glorias” is shifting from a theatrical launch to digital and can stream completely on Amazon Prime Video within the United States and Canada beginning September 30, in accordance with a person with information of the venture.
“The Glorias” made its premiere at Sundance earlier this yr. The movie stars each Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander as two of 4 completely different girls taking part in Steinem at varied ages of her life. LD Entertainment and Roadside Attractions teamed as much as purchase North American distribution rights on the pageant after the world premiere.
Directed by Julie Taymor, “The Glorias” facilities on Steinem, maybe one of the well-known feminists of all time. The movie traces her journey from her time as a younger lady in India to her position within the girls’s rights motion that began within the 1960s. For Steinem, every little thing modified for her when she coated an abortion speak-out for New York Magazine in 1969. According to The Guardian, Steinem had an abortion herself, on the age of 22.
“The Glorias,” written by Taymor and Sarah Ruhl, relies on the guide by Steinem and likewise stars Bette Midler, Janelle Monae, Timothy Hutton and Lorraine Toussaint.
Taymor knew Steinem lengthy earlier than she ever learn Steinem’s memoir “Life on the Road” or determined to adapt the feminist and icon’s life story into a movie. Or, a minimum of she thought she did.
“I’ve known her. I knew her before I read the book. I thought I knew her. I didn’t,” Taymor informed TheWrap on the Sundance Film Festival. “When I read the book and learned about her early life, I thought, ‘Oh my God, people must see this.’ It’s entertaining. It actually explains how someone can become the activist and the inspiration that she is.”
Deadline first reported the information.
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