“White Bird: A Wonder Story” from Lionsgate in Theaters October 14th

The Two Gay Geeks received this press release from our good friend Leigh at Frost communications. It is a follow up to Wonder, entitled WhiteBird: A Wonder Story.

Have a look at the trailer below.

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White Bird: A Wonder Story in Theaters October 14th

June 23, 2022 – Lionsgate has released first look images and the official trailer for WHITE BIRD: A WONDER STORY, featuring Ariella Glaser, Orlando Schwerdt, Bryce Gheisar, with Gillian Anderson, and Helen Mirren. Additionally, the movie tie-in book cover has been revealed.
Official Site: https://whitebird.movie/
Publicity Materials: https://www.lionsgatepublicity.com/theatrical/white-bird-a-wonder-story
Social Action Campaign: https://participant.com/whitebird
Instagram: @WhiteBirdMovie, @AWonderStory
Twitter: @AWonderStory
Facebook: @WhiteBirdMovie
Hashtag: #ChooseKind

Genre: Coming-of-age, Family, Drama, Period
Rating: This film is not yet rated

Cast: Ariella Glaser, Orlando Schwerdt, Bryce Gheisar, with Gillian Anderson,
and Helen Mirren
Directed by: Marc Forster
Screenplay by: Mark Bomback
Based on the Book by: R.J. Palacio
Produced by: Todd Lieberman, p.g.a., David Hoberman, p.g.a., R.J. Palacio


Synopsis: From the best-selling author of Wonder, the book that sparked a movement to “choose kind,” comes the inspirational next chapter. In White Bird: A Wonder Story, we follow Julian (Bryce Gheisar), who has struggled to belong ever since he was expelled from his former school for his treatment of Auggie Pullman. To transform his life, Julian’s grandmother (Helen Mirren) finally reveals to Julian her own story of courage — during her youth in Nazi-occupied France, a boy shelters her from mortal danger. They find first love in a stunning, magical world of their own creation, while the boy’s mother (Gillian Anderson) risks everything to keep her safe. From director Marc Forster (Finding Neverland and Christopher Robin), screenwriter Mark Bomback, and based on R.J. Palacio’s book, White Bird: A Wonder Story, like Wonder before it, is an uplifting movie about how one act of kindness can live on forever.

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