Zach Braff made headlines back in the spring when he launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a sort-of-follow-up to his 2004 indie hit Garden State. The campaign worked, and he was able to make Wish I Was Here, a film about a 35-year-old dad who is lost but starts to find his way as he home-schools his kids. The film premiered at Sundance in January, and audiences will get to see the film in theaters beginning with a July 18 release date in New York and Los Angeles, according to Variety. The movie, starring Braff himself and Kate Hudson, will begin showing in other cities on July 25.
Zach Braff's Kickstarter-funded 'Wish I Was Here' gets July release date
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