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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Class Photo For NYMPH()MANIAC, Opening Christmas Day

They seem nice. Do you think Lars knows about James Griffith’s campaigns for Club 18-30?

“Whether Lars von Trier would return to Cannes withNYMPHOMANIAC has been the subject of speculations ever since the project was announced. Even when the producer publically announced a timeline that didn’t allow for the film to be ready for screening in May, many were still looking for Trier’s two-part work on the Official Competition Lineup for Cannes 2013, when it was revealed. Continued speculations are now directed towards the next question: When will NYMPH()MANIAC have its world premiere?

Zentropa Entertainments and domestic distributor Nordisk Film are happy to put an end to the speculations and announce that Copenhagen, Denmark will be hosting the World Premiere of Lars von Trier’s NYMPH()MANIAC in December 2013. The premiere will consist of a red carpet Galla in early December and a domestic theatrical release on December 25th.

Peter Aalbæk Jensen, CEO Zentropa: “Seeing the film’s visual effects will be a significant part of the storytelling, we’re facing a huge post-production phase and Lars has just begun editing PART II. So December is a good month. Besides, what’s more Christmassy than a film like this?”

To celebrate a locked date for the film’s world premiere, Zentropa Entertainment has released yet another piece of information disclosing the universe of NYMPH()MANIAC; a voluminous ensemble still presenting the main cast. The ensemble still is photographed by Casper Sejersen and features (from left to right): Stacy Martin, Lars von Trier, Shia LaBeouf, Jamie Bell, Udo Kier, Uma Thurman, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Willem Dafoe, Mia Goth, Stellan Skarsgård, Christian Slater, Nicolas Bro, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Connie Nielsen. ” [Nordiskfilm.]

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