Paramount Pictures has delayed the Michael Bay-produced time travel thriller WELCOME TO YESTERDAY (formerly titled ALMANAC) to refine the marketing for the movie which was testing strongly, fueling hopes that the movie could be bigger than intially thought, according to THR. The film, will was originally scheduled to hit theaters on February 28, has been bumped from that date as the studio mulls a new release date during the summer or fall.
Paramount will partner with fellow Viacom banner MTV Films on the film, using the MTV connection to reach the teen and the college demographic, the pic's core audience and give it a better push.
The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-D’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.
A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they put together to build a device for jumping through time.
We'll keep you posted on news regarding a new release date for WELCOME TO YESTERDAY.