Blake Lively's 'The Rhythm Section' will now launch in January 2020
The release date of Blake Lively starrer ' The rhythm section 'has been postponed again. The film will now hit theaters on January 31 of next year. The film underwent two date changes before. It was scheduled for a release on February 22 and was changed to a release on November 22 of this year.
The project is a contemporary adaptation of the first of Mark Burnell's novels Stephanie Patrick, who follows a woman (Lively) who assumes three different identities while trying to discover the truth behind a plane crash that killed her family, a flight To which he was referring to being in, a US Hollywood magazine reported. The film directed by Reed Morano is funded by the producers of James Bond. Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson through his Eon banner.
Lively will be seen portraying the protagonist who adopts the identity of a murderer to know everything about the death of his family. Also star in the movie are Jewish law , Sterling K Brown, Daniel Mays and Raza Jaffrey. The film's production even stopped in 2017 after Lively suffered an injury performing a stunt on the Dublin set. After the injury, he underwent two hand surgeries.