FIRST LOOK: Run – Hulu

The mystery surrounding the release date for this movie is solved (see: Is @Lionsgate Run (2020) screening WIDE January 24, 2020 – if not, when?). While it’s being released almost a year later than originally planned and direct to streaming, the time has come.

Yes, Sarah Paulson stars in this Hulu thriller with a one word title. Have seen the Run title before, including an old Patrick Dempsey thriller (I liked that, btw). This is not related. Here’s the plot from IMDB:

A homeschooled teenager begins to suspect her mother is keeping a dark secret from her.

Run (2020) – IMDb

Official Hulu trailer:

Are you planning to watch this on Hulu? More and more, I’m enjoying the Hulu streaming service. It’s become the #3 go to option, maybe even #2 at times over Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Run will be streaming on Hulu starting November 20, 2020.

Is @Lionsgate Run (2020) screening WIDE January 24, 2020 – if not, when?

No, Run (2020) is not coming January 24, 2020

(UPDATE 1/18/2020 @18:15 PST (GMT-8): The release date for RUN has been moved further away again to May 8, 2020. Still, no trailer exists as of this update.)

We need Sherlock Holmes to figure out what’s going on with this Run movie.

Information on Lionsgate’s Run starring Sarah Paulson is scant at best. See if you can Google it and find out more .The last update at the beginning of January said it would open wide in theaters on January 24, 2020. Less than two weeks away there has been no trailer released — at least that I can locate anywhere. IMDB, still shows this movie as opening WIDE 9 days from now.

Lionsgate’s Run (2020) is one gigantic mystery on when or if it will actually open in theaters

Rotten Tomatoes as of 1/15/2020 looks like this:

When is Lionsgate’s RUN starring Sarah Paulson coming in 2020? Not January 24, it seems

Movieinsider noted that production closed on it in December 2019.

The last time it was mentioned in the press that I could find was almost a year ago. Is this movie stuck in the Twilight Zone or what?

Maybe somebody from Lionsgate knows what’s happening with this movie. Very strange, but maybe a very unique marketing strategy for this film?