Emma Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos are back with another bizzaro awards contender, “Poor Things.” The duo reunites for the first time since their Oscar-winning collaboration on “The Favourite,” which earned 10 nominations and a leading actress win for co-star Olivia Colman.
Now, the duo is back with a bonkers reinvention of Frankenstein, starring Stone as Bella Baxter, a resurrected young Victorian woman, who returns to life without the hangups of her era and launches into a debauched tour of life and lust with a libertine lawyer (Mark Ruffalo).
The wild film has racked up acclaim and 11 Oscar nominations (including Best Actress for Stone) since it debuted at the Venice International Film Festival in September, where it took home the Golden Lion.
Now, the “Poor Things” is finally heading to theaters for all to see.
When is the release date?
“Poor Things” arrived in limited theaters on Dec. 8, followed by a nationwide release date on Dec. 22.
Where to find “Poor Things” showtimes and tickets at a theater near you
“Poor Things” is now playing in wide release in theaters across the country.
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Where will “Poor Things” be streaming?
“Poor Things” debuted exclusively in theaters, which means you can’t watch it on streaming right now. But the film will be streaming on Hulu starting on March 7.
The film is currently available to rent or purchase on Digital and will hit Blu-ray on March 12.
Who is in the “Poor Things” cast?
Alongside Stone and Ruffalo, “Poor Things” stars Willem Dafoe, Ramy Youssef, Christopher Abbott and Margaret Qualley.
What Oscars are “Poor Things” nominated for?
The film is nominated for 11 Oscars, the second-most after “Oppenheimer.” It’s nominated for:
Best Actress – Emma Stone
Best Supporting Actor – Mark Ruffalo
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Costume Design
Best Film Editing
Best Production Design
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Best Original Score
Watch the “Poor Things” trailer
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