'Ray Donovan: The Movie': 5 things to know about Liev Schreiber's Showtime thriller
It has been seven scintillating seasons of 'Ray Donovan' and things will finally come to a head in 'Ray Donovan: The Movie' that sees Liev Schreiber's titular character try and fix messes even if it costs him his life. The film will see Ray attempt to settle his issues, although we can safely assume it isn't going to be an easy one. The trailer provides a glimpse of his ominous journey when he calls his doctor and confesses that he did something bad.
Ray, the anti-hero has been one of the more widely-discussed characters in the world of TV and the movie finally provides closure to his journey. There are multiple questions though starting with whether he dies in his attempt to fix his life or even succeeds in the attempts. Ahead of the film's release, here's everything you need to know.
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When does 'Ray Donovan: The Movie' release
'Ray Donovan: The Movie' releases Friday, Jan 14 at 9 pm ET/PT on Showtime.
What is the movie about
Per Showtime, the official synopsis reads, "A showdown decades in the making brings the Donovan family legacy full circle. As the events that made Ray who he is today finally come to light, the Donovans find themselves drawn back to Boston to face the past. Each of them struggles to overcome their violent upbringing, but destiny dies hard, and only their fierce love for each other keeps them in the fight. Whether they stand together or they go down swinging, one thing is certain – Ray doesn’t do loose ends."
Who's in the cast
The ensemble and stellar cast comprise Liev Schreiber, Eddie Marsan, Dash Mihok, Pooch Hall, Kerris Dorsey, Katherine Moennig, Kerry Condon, Jon Voight, Bill Heck, Josh Hamilton, Graham Rogers, Alyssa Diaz, David Patrick Kelly, Austin Hebert.
Ann Biderman serves as the creator with David Hollander helming the move based on writing from Schreiber and himself.