Release date for The Place Beyond the Pines

place beyond the pines gosling still

And, of course, it stars the Gosling.

There's now a release date for The Place Beyond the Pines: March 29, 2013.

The website for the film's distributor, Focus Films, notes Pines will be "in select theatres" on that date. That often means a film will initially be released only in a few large cities, with wider distribution later on. (It'd be appropriate, if not not necessarily likely, that Schenectady could be one of those early release cities.)

The Place Beyond the Pines -- which as you well know, was largely filmed in Schenectady in summer 2011 -- debuted a the Toronto Film Festival in September. The early reviews covered a wide range -- some were very positive (there were comparisons to The Godfather), others called it slow and and uneven.

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I can't wait to see what the motorcycle has to say, in the DVD commentary. :)

Since SALT had it's local premiere at The Palace in Downtown Albany, THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES will premiere at Proctors, right? Bow Tie Cinemas is another option. The Palace even held a ticket giveway for SALT, 4 tickets per person.

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