“The High Note,” a romance drama starring Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson, will skip its planned run in theaters and instead debut May 29 on video-on-demand.
Focus Features, the specialty branch of Universal Pictures, is releasing the film, which was initially scheduled to open on May 8. “The High Note” will be available to rent for $19.99 for a 48-hour period on most on-demand platforms, including Amazon, Apple, Comcast and Fandango.
“Late Night” filmmaker Nisha Ganatra directed “The High Note” from a screenplay by Flora Greeson. The movie is set in Los Angeles and follows a music superstar, played by Ross, and her overworked personal assistant, portrayed by Johnson.
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