Josh Brolin, Peter Dinklage Action Comedy Picked Up by Amazon MGM


Brothers, the action comedy starring Josh Brolin and Peter Dinklage, has found a home in Amazon MGM Studios.

The streaming giant has acquired the worldwide rights to the Legendary Pictures-made feature, setting both a theatrical and streaming release. The movie will be available to stream on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide on Oct. 17. That will be preceded by a big-screen release in select theaters starting Oct. 1.

In addition to Brolin and Dinklage, the bold-faced cast includes Oscar winner Brendan Fraser, eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close, Taylour Paige (Zola), late character actor M. Emmet Walsh in one of his last roles, and Jennifer Landon (Yellowstone).

Brothers tells the story of a reformed criminal (Brolin) whose attempt at going straight is derailed when he reunites with his sanity-testing twin brother (Dinklage) on a road trip for the score of a lifetime. Dodging bullets, the law, and an overbearing mother along the way, they must heal their severed family bond before they end up killing each other.

Max Barbakow directed the feature. Macon Blair wrote the screenplay from a story by Etan Cohen.

The film is produced by Andrew Lazar of Mad Chance, Brolin via his JB Productions, and Dinklage and his partner David Ginsberg via Estuary Films. Trish Stanard executive produced. 



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