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Sony Pictures Classics Sets Summer Release Dates For ‘The Lost Leonardo’, ‘I Carry You With Me’ & ’12 Mighty Orphans’ – Update

Anthony D'Alessandro
·2-min read

UPDATED, 11:18 AM: Sony Pictures Classics has set for release dates for two more of its pics that will screen at the Tribeca: Art world documentary The Lost Leonardo will bow August 13 in Los Angeles and New York, and GLAAD Media Award nominee I Carry You with Me hits L.A. and NYC theaters on June 25. Both will expand in the weeks after their debuts, with Lost Leonardo going nationwide.

They join the previously scheduled 12 Mighty Orphans, which releases June 11 and expands a week later. All three are set to screen at the Tribeca Film Festival during the week of June 13.

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PREVIOUSLY, April 16: Sony Pictures Classics will open Ty Roberts’ 12 Mighty Orphans on June 11 in New York and Texas with a wider expansion on June 18.

Texas theaters will do advance screenings starting June 10.

12 Mighty Orphans tells the true story of the Mighty Mites, the football team of a Fort Worth orphanage who during the Great Depression went from playing without shoes—or even a football—to playing for the Texas state championships. Over the course of their winning season the underdogs and their resilient spirit became an inspiration to their city, state, and an entire nation in need of a rebound, even catching the attention of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The architect of their success was Rusty Russell (Luke Wilson), a legendary high school coach who shocked his colleagues by giving up a privileged position so he could teach and coach at an orphanage. Few knew Rusty’s secret: that he himself was an orphan. Recognizing that his scrawny players couldn’t beat the other teams with brawn, Rusty developed innovative strategies that would come to define modern football.

Martin Sheen, Vinessa Shaw, Wayne Knight, Jake Austin Walker, Treat Williams, Ron White, Scott Haze, and Robert Duvall also star. Pic, written by Roberts, Lane Garrison and Kevin Meyer was adapted from Jim Dent’s bestselling book of the same name.

Sony Pictures’ Classics is nominated for six Oscars this year for The Father including Best Picture. The pic has grossed $1.4M during the pandemic as theaters are rebounding.

The trailer just dropped this AM:

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