Johnny Depp's City Of Lies movie release date pulled

Johnny Depp's City Of Lies movie release date pulled

The Johnny Depp-starring City of Lies has been removed from the upcoming film release schedule just a month before it was supposed to hit theatres.

Originally meant to be rolled out in theaters on September 7, the movie has instead been pulled from the release schedule a month out from its premiere, with no new date yet announced for the movie's debut.

The uncertain film is called City of Lies and is based on the Randall Sullivan's book LAbyrinth which investigates the unsolved murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and BIG.

"City Of Lies" was also supposed to arrive in United Kingdom cinemas on Friday 7 September, and its future here also remains unclear.

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We'll have to wait a little (or a lot) longer to see Johnny Depp try and solve the murder of Notorious B.I.G.

It's also possible that City of Lies is being relocated to a later release date that hasn't yet been established, or that it's being sold off to Netflix like a number of other recent (unloved) studio efforts.

Representatives for Furman, Depp, and Good Film Productions did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Brooks also alleges that the actor's breath "reeked of alcohol". It's uncommon that a movie's trailer comes out with a set release date advertised, only to then vanish into the ether, leaving the now-inaccurate trailer behind as an awkward pseudo-tease.

The 55-year-old stars as villain Grindelwald in the Harry Potter spin-off, but his inclusion in the film has been criticised due to the allegations of physical abuse made against him by ex-wife Amber Heard.

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