MGM has earned worldwide rights to "Two Weeks" and will release it in theaters on December 1.
It's official: "Two Weeks" will come out from MGM's pit for sure as the studio has successfully acquired the worldwide rights to the flick, The Hollywood Reporter reported.
Slated for a December 1 release, pic is a bittersweet comedy which centers on four siblings who rush home to say goodbye to their sick mother only to see her trap them together for two weeks. It marks the feature directorial debut of commercials veteran Steve Stockman who also wrote and produced alongside John Marias.
Lining up in the cast are Sally Field, Ben Chaplin, Tom Cavanagh, Julianne Nicholson, Glenn Howerton, and Clea DuVall, among others. Production design is handled by David Donley with Stephen Kazmierski taking matters on cinematography.