Miramax To Release Unearthed Stanley Kubrick Film
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.
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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.
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