Amazon’s Prime Video has unveiled a slew of release dates for some of its biggest movie titles, including the Harry Styles-led My Policeman. Deadline was able to exclusively reveal the release dates, as well as a mini synopsis for each project. According to the outlet, a fair amount of the films will see their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival, like My Policeman and Lena Durham‘s Catherine Called Birdy. While a couple of the films have already debuted at Sundance, including Nanny from Nikyatu Jusu and Run Sweetheart Run from Shana Feste.
My Policeman, starring Styles, will hit theaters on October 21st and then move to Prime Video on November 4th. My Policeman is a tale of forbidden romance and changing social conventions. It follows a relationship between three people – Tom, the policeman, a teacher named Marion, and museum curator Patrick – and their journey throughout the decades. It was directed by Michael Grandage from a script by Ron Nyswaner and is based on the book by Bethan Roberts.
While Sylvester Stallone‘s Samaritan will debut on Prime Video on August 26th. The film focuses on a thirteen-year-old boy named Sam Cleary, played by Javon Walton, who suspects that his reclusive neighbor Mr. Smith (Stallone) is a “legend hiding in plain sight.” That legend would be none other than the super-powered vigilante, Samaritan, who was thought to be dead after a firey warehouse battle with his rival, Nemesis. However, Cleary has a plan to coax his neighbor to reveal his true identity. The film hails from director Julius Avery and also stars Pilou Asbæk, Dascha Polanco and Moises Arias.
Something from Tiffany’s, a film we previously announced was happening here on Murphy’s Multiverse, will debut on Prime Video on December 9th. It stars Zoey Deutch, Kendrick Smith Sampson, Ray Nicholson, Shay Mitchell, Leah Jeffries, Jojo T. Gibbs, Javicia Leslie, Chido Nwokocha, Stephanie Shepherd and Michael Roark. The project is an adaption of the Melissa Hill novel of the same name. It tells the story of two men who find themselves shopping at Tiffany’s for the women in their lives. Gary, one of the men, is merely looking for a charm bracelet, while Ethan is looking to purchase an engagement ring. When a mix-up is made with the shopping bags, the two couples will find their lives intertwined.
Other release dates include Nanny on December 16th, following a limited theatrical run kicking off on November 23rd, Run Sweetheart Run on October 28th, and Catherine Called Birdy will hit theaters on September 23rd before moving to Prime on October 7th.