AceShowbiz - Liam Neeson's new family drama with his son Micheal Richardson is set to become the latest to fill drive-in cinemas across America.
With all theatres closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, movie fans are heading out to drive-ins to get their film fix from the comfort of their cars.
And after experiencing hits with independent releases like "True History of the Kelly Gang", "How to Build a Girl", and "The Wretched", bosses at IFC have decided to try Neeson's new movie, "Made in Italy", in the outdoors.
The film, which marks the directorial debut of James D'Arcy, will hit drive-in theatres in early August if it can't get a full roll out in cinemas.
In it, Neeson portrays a bohemian artist who returns to Tuscany, Italy with his estranged son, played by Richardson, in order to sell the house he inherited from his late wife.
Father and son have a deep connection to the story - Richardson is the actor's son from his marriage to actress Natasha Richardson, who died following a skiing accident in 2009.