Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris, which recently became the director’s highest-grossing film of all time at the domestic box office, is getting another wide release. Sony Pictures Classics, which has distributed the past four Allen films, will expand it wide Aug. 26. The studio says the romantic comedy will surpass $50 million at the domestic box office this weekend. The film, starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams, was released May 20 and has gotten both critical and commercial praise, including very recently from our own Pete Hammond, who said Midnight would win the Best Picture Oscar if voting was held today.
Sony Classics Sending 'Midnight In Paris' Wide Again
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