Wish You Were Here: waiting for Joel Edgerton to become famous-er by: Alex Prior
Screen Hub Friday 21 September, 2012
The US theatrical release of Australian feature film Wish You Were Here is being held back until the first or second quarter of 2013 to allow time for Joel Edgerton to raise his profile – and hopefully give him box office power. Zero Dark Thirty, with Edgerton in a starring role, will be released in the US on December 19.
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