August 22nd 2014
January 2nd 2015
October 28th 2017
Delayed countless times since the trailer was released. Removed from the schedule one month after the trailer's release, moved to April 15th 2016 several months later. When Miramax dropped out of involvement from new ownership, it shifted up two weeks but poor test screenings delayed it to January 6th 2017. It was delayed again, a few weeks before it was intended to finally open, and pushed to June 30th 2017. After those plans failed to materialise, it was removed from the schedule until September, in which it was finally decided that it could be seen on Google Play for free on October 12th 2017, receiving a limited theatrical release on October 28th.
Saw an earlier release in Mexico; not a film people were in any way hyped for, and the test screenings further exemplify that. Harvey Weinstein was later fired from his companies after a wide array of sexual assault allegations.
This is not only the Weinsteins' worst delay yet, but one of the worst delays in film history. It scored abysmal reviews as a result.