Johnny Depp's Richard Says Goodbye gets world premiere

tuyettta |Sep 13, 2018

The comedy-drama, starring Johnny Depp, will premiere in Zurich 2018. Directed by Wayne Roberts, Richard Says Goodbye is set to world premiere at Zurich Film Festival.

Drama Richard Says Goodbye has its world first showing at Zurich Film Festival. Wayne Roberts is the director of this film. Featuring Johnny Depp, the drama has noted its position among films like Never Look Away, Whitney, and Cold War in the arrangement. Wayne Roberts and Johnny Depp will be present at the drama's premiere.

File image of Johnny Depp. The Associated Press

Audience will see Johnny Depp as a university professor in this comedy-film. He experiences a life-switching diagnosis that makes him rethinking about his ideology and bunt every carefulness to the air. Furthermore, this comedy-drama also cast Rosemarie DeWitt and Zoey Deutch as supporting characters.

According to Deadline, the drama will release in 2019, but at an indefinite time. DirecTV and Saban Films recently purchased the North American privileges to the drama  in a contract worth 3 million USD.

Other films also has world premieres soon, include Colette which starred Keira Knightley, Tell It To The Bees of Annabel Jankel, with 2 German names: Der Vorname and Trautmann. Starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen and, Green Book will release on September 27th. The feast continues until October 6th.

Viewers will also meet Johnny Depp in upcoming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, together with Jude Law and Eddie Redmayne.


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