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B’Twixt Now and Sunrise arrives February 28 on Blu-ray™ + Digital

Directed by film legend Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather films, Apocalypse NowThe Conversation), B’Twixt Now and Sunrise arrives on Blu-ray™ + Digital February 28 from Lionsgate. As described by Coppola, “The Authentic Cut of ‘B’Twixt Now and Sunrise’ is a story more personal to me.” The enthralling gothic thriller follows a down-on-his-luck writer who is visited by a ghost and becomes immersed in a local murder mystery while promoting his latest novel. Starring the acclaimed Val Kilmer alongside an eclectic cast that includes Academy Award® and Primetime Emmy® Award nominee Bruce Dern (Academy Award®: 2013, Best Actor, Nebraska; Primetime Emmy®: 2011, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, “Big Love”), and Elle Fanning, with iconic musician Tom Waits narrating, B’Twixt Now and Sunrise will be available for the suggested retail price of $17.99.

When struggling supernatural fiction writer Hall Baltimore (Val Kilmer) arrives in an isolated small town as part of his book tour, he hears about the local lore of vampires and an infamous mass murder. Eager for inspiration, Baltimore is swept into a surreal fever dream of eccentric characters — from the oddball sheriff (Bruce Dern) to the ghost of a young girl (Elle Fanning) to visions of Edgar Allan Poe (Ben Chaplin) — that forces him to confront his own troubled past.

B’Twixt Now and Sunrise is written, directed, and produced by Oscar® winner Francis Ford Coppola. Featuring his Authentic Cut, this visually stunning work from a master storyteller is available for the first time on Blu-ray™.

Twixt: A Documentary by Gia Coppola

Val Kilmer                Top Gun: Maverick, The Doors, Canyon Del Muerto, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Bruce Dern              Nebraska, The Hateful Eight, The Most Dangerous Game
Elle Fanning             TV’s “The Great,” TV’s “The Girl from Plainville,” Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
Ben Chaplin             The Dig, TV’s “The Nevers,” “The Letter for the King”
Alden Ehrenreich     TV’s “Brave New World,” Solo: A Star Wars Story, Hail, Caesar!
David Paymer          Mr. Saturday Night, TV’s “Minx,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

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