RADiUS-TWC Nabs Chris Evans’ Directorial Debut, ‘Before We Go’

RADiUS-TWC Nabs Chris Evans' Directorial Debut, 'Before We Go'
RADiUS-TWC Nabs Chris Evans' Directorial Debut, 'Before We Go'
RADiUS-TWC has acquired Chris Evan’s directorial debut, “Before We Go,” in what Deadline reports is a low seven-figure deal. The film premiered at the Special Presentations section of the Toronto International Film Festival to a positive reception.
Originally titled “1:30 Train,” “Before We Go” stars Alice Eve alongside Evans as a woman who is robbed on her way to catch a train to Boston. She’s left stranded in New York where she meets Evans and the couple form an unlikely romance over the course of the night. 

In announcing the news, RADiUS co-presidents Tom Quinn and Jason Janego said in a statement: “Our collaboration with Chris began on SNOWPIERCER and we’re excited to be working with him again on this winning romance. Directed with a deft hand,  both he and Alice have tremendous chemistry with each delivering an assured subtlety and highly seductive performance.”

RADiUS plans a second quarter 2015 release.

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