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‘Fallen’ Movie Set for International Release

The ‘Fallen’ movie, based on Lauren Kates bestselling book series, has set international release dates. Kate also announced an international meet and greet tour with cast members.

Author Lauren Kate announced on Twitter that the Fallen movie has set international release dates, including a meet and greet tour by herself and cast members.

Production for the Fallen movie began in February of 2014. The movie was originally set for release in 2015, and has since been moved to late 2016, early 2017. The movie trailer was released on YouTube by a fan account, but has since been deleted, and re-uploaded by Kate.

The Fallen movie is based on Kate’s Fallen book series. The series focuses on Lucida (Luce) Price, a teen who finds herself sent to boarding school after being accused of arson and murder. After arriving at Sword and Cross Reform School, Luce meets mysterious classmate, Daniel Grigori. Luce finds herself drawn to Daniel, and after digging into his past, she learns his dark secrets may unlock the truth of her past.

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All images courtesy of Twitter user @Fallen_Series.

Release dates for the US, Canada and UK have yet to be set. Kate’s website states the following official release dates:

Malaysia — November 10, 2016

Philippines — November 10th, 2016

Singapore — November 10, 2016

Denmark — December 1, 2016

Taiwan — December 2, 2016

South Africa — December 7, 2016

Botswana — December 9, 2016

Brazil — December 29, 2016

Chile — December 29, 2016

Hong Kong — December 29, 2016

Italy — February 23, 2017

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