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Reacher star Alan Ritchson's new film confirms its UK release date

Reacher star Alan Ritchson's new film confirms its UK release date

Ordinary angelsThe new film, starring Hilary Swank and Alan Ritchson, has confirmed its UK release date.

The film follows Sharon Stevens (Swank), a hairdresser and recovering alcoholic, who rallies the Kentucky community to help Ed Schmidt (Ritchson), a widowed father trying to save his critically ill daughter (Emily Mitchell) during a cold snap.

The film, based on a true story, opened to US audiences last month (February 23), and now UK viewers can look forward to the future after a release date has been confirmed. April 26.


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In addition to the aforementioned trio. Ordinary angels It also stars Nancy Travis, Tamala Jones, Drew Powell and Amy Acker. John Gunn directs, while Meg Tilly and Kelly Fremon Craig write the screenplay.

The film received positive reviews upon its US release last month, with aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reporting an approval rating of 86% from 83 reviews so far, making the film certified fresh.

Ritchson is perhaps best known for his role in the Prime Video series The arrivalBut he recently revealed that getting in shape for the character was difficult, saying: “I want to make one thing clear, because in every interview someone says ‘30 pounds of muscle.’ I put on 30 pounds.

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“I don't know how much of that was lean muscle. I went from 205 pounds to 235 pounds in eight months. I was eating a Tons. I don't think it was all muscle. It was a good piece – a little more than half, maybe. But I didn't take steroids [or] Testosterone.

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“There was only one way to get to where I needed to be, and that was hard work. F**king.” crusher physical. It was too much. I didn't have time to heal. I was clicking on something and I was like, “I don't care!” I'm working through it! “I suffered the consequences.”

Ordinary angels It will be released on April 26.

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Reporter, digital spy George is a freelance writer specializing in film and television. After graduating with a degree in Film Studies and Journalism from De Montfort University, where he analyzed the early works of Richard Linklater for his thesis, he wrote for several GRV Media websites. His film tastes differ from blockbusters e.g Mission: Impossible a duck John Wick For international directors such as Paolo Sorrentino and Hirokazu Koreeda, he attended the London and Berlin Film Festivals.