Here’s the Release Date for Leonardo DiCaprio’s New Movie Filmed in Northern California

More details have emerged about the Leonardo DiCaprio movie, which filmed in areas of Northern California earlier this year, including its expected budget and release date. Despite the new details, the film remains shrouded in mystery.

The movie, tentatively titled “BC Project,” was reportedly approaching a $100 million budget, making it renowned director Paul Thomas Anderson’s most expensive undertaking to date. The plot of the film remains elusive, with many speculating that it could be a modern adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s novel “Vineland.”

Warner Brothers recently confirmed that the film is slated to hit IMAX theaters on August 8, 2025.

The star-studded cast includes Sean Penn, Regina Hall, Alana Haim, Teyana Taylor, Wood Harris, Chase Infiniti, and Shayna McHayle. Filming commenced in January in Eureka and Arcata, where residents witnessed police chases and actors rehearsing scenes, including sightings of DiCaprio in character.

The production journeyed to Humboldt County and Sacramento in January and February. Dicaprio was photographed in costume looking like a vagabond in Humboldt. Then, the production crew filmed in front of the Sacramento County Superior Courthouse, Ronald Reagan’s former mansion in East Sacramento, and the old Stockton courthouse. The movie appears to be a blockbuster, with simulated explosions seen in downtown Sacramento.

What do you think we can expect from this film?

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