Chloë Grace Moretz and Ansel Elgort start in a coming of age drama adapted to film from Sam Munson 2010 novel.

A pair of college bound friends, Phoebe (Chloe Grace Moretz) and Addison (Ansel Elgort), find themselves failing for one another, but after mysterious murder of their classmate they defy the authorities to uncover the truth.

The film will have limited theatrical release and below is a list of the cities where you can catch it atarting December 8 before coming to DVD in January 9.

New York Area Theaters

AMC 34th Street – New York, NY

Cinema Village – New York, NY

California Area Theaters 

AMC Sunset – West Hollywood, CA

AMC Mercado – Santa Clara, CA

Illinois Area Theaters

AMC River East – Chicago, IL

AMC South Barrington –  South Barrington, IL

Colorado Area Theaters 

AMC Highland Ranch – Highland Ranch, CO

Texas Area Theaters 

AMC Willowbrook – Houston, TX

AMC Valley View – Dallas, TX

Florida Area Theaters 

AMC Veterans – Tampa, FL

AMC Pompano Beach – Pompano Beach, FL

AMC Universal Cineplex – Orlando, FL

Arizona Area Theaters 

AMC Arizona Center – Phoenix, AZ

Virginia Area Theaters 

AMC Hoffman – Alexandria, VA

Georgia Area Theaters 

AMC North Dekalb Mall – Decatur, GA

Minnesota Area Theaters 

Emagine Novi – Novi, MI

Emagine Willow Creek – Plymouth, MN

Ohio Area Theaters 

AMC Solon – Solon, OH

Pennsylvania Area Theaters 

AMC Neshaminy – Bensalem, PA

New Jersey Area Theaters 

AMC Voorhees – Voorhees, NJ

The Blu-rayTM and DVD release of NOVEMBER CRIMINALS on January 9 includes “Taking Care- Making November Criminals” a special featurette that takes fans behind the scenes with the cast and crew as they divulge their experiences in creating this thrilling story including interviews from Chloë Grace Moretz, Ansel Elgort, and more.

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