Movie Starring Sydney Sweeney, Ana de Armas, And Vanessa Kirby Lands Premiere Date

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Ron Howard’s new movie Eden, which stars the knockout A-list trio of Sydney Sweeney, Ana de Armas, and Vanessa Kirby, has landed a premiere date.

Howard’s film Eden will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, which is being held in Canada on from Thursday, September 5 to Sunday, September 15, according to reports from THR.

In addition to Sydney Sweeney, Ana de Armas, and Kirby, the film stars Jude Law, Daniel Bruhl, Felix Kammerer, Toby Wallace, and Richard Roxburgh.

Written by Tetris scribe Noah Pink, Eden is based on true events that saw a group of people abandon civilized life to travel to the Galápagos Islands and find the meaning of life.

“It’s about a bunch of people who wanted to leave Europe and Germany — the Germans — traumatized after the First World War and the depression and aftermath of all that and trying to create a new way of life,” Bruhl recently said about the film at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

Eden will be Sweeney’s third film of 2024 following the release of Madame Web in February and Immaculate in March. She’ll also be starring in the film Echo Valley which is rumored to release in 2024 and is attached to a remake of the 1960s Jane Fonda-starring sci-fi film Barbarella.

As for de Armas, Eden is her first film following 2023’s largely revilved action-comedy-romance Ghosted. 2022, however, saw de Armas star in a trio of high-profile projects: Deep Water alongside Ben Affleck, The Gray Man with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and the Marliyn Monroe biopic Blonde, which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.

Kirby is also an Oscar-nominated performer, having been nominated for Best Actress for her work in Pieces of a Woman. Last year, Kirby starred in both Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One and Napoleon. She was also recently cast as Sue Storm/Invisible Woman in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movie The Fantastic Four.