‘Monday’ Starring Sebastian Stan to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival 2020

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This will be a busy year for Sebastian Stan, as he has at least two more films lined up to premiere in the next nine months. His year started with his first leading role in The Last Full Measure, and it will continue with the premiere of his new project Monday, which is set to be at the Tribeca Film Festival 2020.

Monday is directed by Argyris Papadimitropoulos, known for his work with short films, will tell the story of two Americans living in Greece who “plunge into a tsunami of a romance” according to the plot description on IMDb. Sebastian Stan will appear as Mickey and star alongside Dominique Tipper (The Expanse) as Bastian and Denise Gough (The Fall) as Chloe.

Tribeca Film Festival will be held from April 15-26, but hopefully we can expect a trailer for Monday before that. So far, there has been no further information on when the movie will get a cinematic or on-demand release.

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