Licorice Pizza is a forthcoming American film under the direction of Paul Thomas Anderson, who is also its penman. The film is set to get aired on November 26, 2021, in the U.S. The film is fabricated by Paul Thomas Anderson, Sara Murphy, JoAnne Sellar, and Daniel Lupi with the aid of production companies like Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Bron Creative and Ghoulardi Film Company.
The story revolves around the journey of an aspiring student to become a star in the 1970s. The film is set to be disseminated by United Artists Releasing. The name might have been set after Licorice Pizza, a store chain of the 70s California. To know more, check out its trailer, released on September 9, 2021.
Licorice Pizza will get an extensive release on December 25, but it will be aired in several theatres on November 26, 2021. The audience will be watching a film by Paul Thomas Anderson after a span of 4 years since his last released film, Phantom Thread. So, indeed it is an exciting curiosity among the audience.
Cast and Crew Known Till Now
The film indeed has some popular and demanding stars, which will automatically fetch more viewers for the film. Not much is known about which character will do which role in the film except a few so, the audience needs to stay with us and get more updates.
The anticipated cast of the film is as follows Bradley Cooper as Jon Peters, the child with an ambition to become an actor; Cooper Hoffman, Skyler Gisondo, Benny Safdie as Joel Wachs, Ben Stiller as Carl, Alana Haim, Anthony Molinari, Charlotte Townsend, Zoe McLane, John C. Reilly, Christopher Walken, Joseph Cross, Nate Mann as Brian, Sean Penn, Mary Rudolph, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, and Destry Allyn Spielberg.
The story will be featured to have been set in the 1970s era in the San Fernando Valley and revolves around the struggle of a child actor to become a star Nothing much yet have been revealed or shown in the trailer, so fans need to wait a little more to get further updates. In the trailer, a glimpse can be seen where Bradley Cooper is stating that Barbara Streisand was his girlfriend to Cooper Hoffman.
However, it is confirmed that the film, as the same as a California located record store series in the 1970s. It got its popularity from Abbott and Costello’s words to attract people and sell records- “Well, we could sprinkle cornstarch on the bottom and sell them as Licorice Pizzas.” The trailer also depicted scenes like 1970s throwback. So will the film be based on some former incidents, or it’s just got to be some flashbacks?
Is it Going to be Worthwhile to Wait and Watch the Film?
If you are a fan of Paul Thomas Anderson, you definitely need to watch the film because he does take extra care to provide the best and thus releases films after long gaps. Some more updates or teasers can enable us to know more, so stay updated with us.