Oh look, it's a comedy from The Weinstein Co. that's about to have its release date pushed back for a second time. Who woulda thunk it? Well, considering that Youth in Revolt was supposed to hit theaters in February and we still haven't received photos, a poster or a trailer, it's fairly obvious the film isn't going to make its second date after originally eying a December '08 release. Though no official word has come down yet, according to several different sources it's looking like Revolt is going for another ride through 2009 -- and if I were a betting man, I'd say it may get dumped toward the end of summer.

I briefly spoke to the film's star, Michael Cera, at a dinner party for Adventureland at Sundance, and he didn't really give any clues away as to how he felt about the finished product. All I know is that the book is one of the best (and my favorite) teen angst stories ever told, and the cast -- including Cera, Justin Long, Steve Buscemi, Ray Liotta, Jean Smart, Zach Galifianakis and Portia Doubleday -- is fairly awesome if you ask me. So what's the hold up? No idea. But it's The Weinstein Co., who, after three (four? five?) years are finally releasing the comedy Fanboys on February 6. Hopefully Youth in Revolt is testing through the roof and they want to hold it for a prime date over the summer ... but something tells me that's not the case. Anyway, fingers are totally crossed -- we'll let you know what the new date is when (or if) it's announced.
categories Movies, Cinematical