Following the news of a previously unknown film from acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick being found in a box of Kraft Mac and Cheese, nearly-defunct studio Miramax has announced plans to release it theatrically.
The story of Kubrick’s lost film continues to get stranger and stranger as the Disney-owned, Miramax, will be releasing this lost work theatrically in 2023. The film was found in a food pantry in Northern Wisconsin when a man tried to cook his elderly granddaughter a box of macaroni and cheese. Inside was a Betamax copy of this unheard-of film.
In a statement; Miramax President, Max Mira, had this to say:
“Please see the film. We sold our office building within the Disney compound just so we could buy this film. It’s Kubrick! All you film nerds love Kubrick. It’s f$%king wild too. Wait until you see it.”
Not much is known about the film but rumors are swirling it, somehow, revolves around the 2020 Presidential Election. This raises a lot of red flags seeing as how scientists have carbon-dated the film to have been made in 1973 and the fact Kubrick died in 1999.
Only time will tell if this wild story has an even wilder conclusion.
What do you think of this made-up film? Would you want to see it? Don’t get your hopes up because it isn’t real.