“Before We Go,” Chris Evans’ directorial debut, is getting distributed in the US by The Weinstein Company’s specialty distribution arm Radius, according to Deadline. In addition to directing, Evans starred in the film opposite Alice Eve. The script was written by Ronald Bass, Jen Smolka, Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair.
The film takes places over the course of a single night. When Nick (Evans) and Brooke (Eve) meet in New York City they are strangers. After Brooke gets robbed on her way to her train to Boston she is alone and terrified. The two strangers become fast confidants as they are go on an unexpected adventure.
Evans shared his excitement on social media: “SO thrilled my film found distribution!! Honored to be working with Radius. Incredibly grateful for this wonderful experience,” he posted on his Twitter.
Radius has been in the Chris Evans business before. The actor starred in “Snowpiercer,” which Radius distributed across various platforms earlier this year.
“Before We Go” made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film’s expected wide release date is sometime during the second quarter of next year.