Epic Pictures announced today the upcoming release date for THE TOMORROW JOB, Bruce Wemple’s high-tension, time-traveling action-thriller, and dropped the official trailer for the film. THE TOMORROW JOB world premiered at Austin’s Other Worlds Film Festival as the Opening Night Film and will be opening in select theaters on January 13 and landing on-demand everywhere on January 17, 2023.
Written and directed by Wemple, the film stars Grant Schumacher, Caitlin Duffy, Ariella Mastroianni, and Chris Cimperman — all frequent collaborators of Wemple’s that can be seen across his previous features, MY BEST FRIEND’S DEAD (2021), THE RETREAT (2020), and LAKE ARTIFACT (2019). THE TOMORROW JOB is Wemple’s seventh and most ambitious feature.
The film follows a team of thieves who use a time-travel drug to trade places with their future selves to execute the ultimate heist. When interrupted on a job, the team must fix their past mistakes to prevent disastrous consequences. A dynamic mix of genres, THE TOMORROW JOB is a high-stakes sci-fi action-adventure epic with heart, humor, and fun and an ode to beloved heist comedies of the past.
About Epic Pictures:
Founded in 2007, Epic Pictures is an independent content studio with the mission of delivering the best-in-class genre entertainment “for fans, by fans.” Epic Pictures produces, finances, and distributes approximately twenty-thirty independent genre films a year. In 2013, the company established Epic Pictures Releasing, which is its US-focused distribution division. In 2017, Epic Pictures acquired the world’s most popular horror website, Dread Central, and launched its unique horror label, Dread, followed by its AVOD channel, DreadTV. In 2019, Epic Pictures started the horror gaming site, DreadXP, with a focus on editorial, reviews, podcasts, and original streaming content. In 2020, DreadXP began a video game production and publishing division in collaboration with some of the most innovative developers in the independent gaming space.