Sony Pictures Releasing FALLEN Movie In The US, Plus Poster And Clip

FALLEN is heading to American theaters and home platforms after a long delay.

After Lauren Kate’s popular angelic fantasy novel Fallen was adapted into a film starring Addison Timlin, Jeremy Irvine, and Harrison Gilbertson, it hit theaters in several countries… but not in The United States.

The film was set to be distributed by troubled film company Relativity Media, but Relativity dropped the US distribution deal after earlier international releases led to piracy. While the movie made its way around the world starting in November 2016, American audiences were left in limbo.

That all changed on Tuesday when Sony Pictures Entertainment re-released the international trailer (above) with a confirmation that they’ll be distributing the film in the US.

Fallen will be available for purchase on Digital HD platforms beginning August 8th, but fans looking to see the film in theaters will have to wait for its limited theater run starting September 8th. Want to add the Blu-ray or DVD to your collection? Both will drop on October 10th.

Unfortunately, pre-orders aren’t available quite yet.

To celebrate the news, author Lauren Kate released a new poster via Twitter.

Additionally, Wikia shared a clip by Luce having a flashback of Daniel and the two discussing their strange connection during a swim in the school pool. (The video volume is a bit low, so turn it up on your device!)

Luce (Timlin) is just an ordinary teen girl until a shocking accident sends her to a mysterious reform school for misfit and eclectic teenagers. There, she meets two students, Daniel (Irvine) and Cam(Harrison Gilbertson). Torn between the instant electrifying connection she feels with Daniel and the attracting force of Cam, Luce is quickly pulled into a passionate love triangle. As she tries to piece together deeply fragmented memories, she is left with a feeling of undeniable longing for her one true love and the revelation of a love story that has been going on for centuries, that will shatter the boundaries between heaven and earth.

By Kait

Kait is a New Englander, a YA book and adaptation lover, and a Slythindor, as well as a red velvet and red wine enthusiast. She likes to like things. Catch her on Twitter: @kaitmary

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