There are a lot of rumors about Eddie Alcazar’s Saturday night world premiere God at Park City’s Egyptian Theater, and when the show ended, the scene also had flashing red lights.
Hollywood Reporter confirmed that a “medical incident” had occurred during the official Sundance Film Festival screening, but despite previous reports, it was not as severe as initially. “Individuals have been treated and cleared,” a representative for the film said CHEAP. “No one goes into labor. And the movie didn’t stop.”
Another source confirmed it was a “medical incident” but added that the individual was able to get out and receive treatment. They are believed to be in stable condition.
Limit line first report of a medical emergency, said it was a woman in labor during screening. That turned out not to be the case when a local law enforcement official told the website that “the walkie-talkies crossed the wires about what really happened.”
CHEAP contacted Park City Police but received no response at press time.
Executive producer by Steven Soderbergh, Alcazar’s God is “set in an otherworldly human existence” as it follows scientist Sterling Pierce, who has dedicated his life to the quest for immortality, slowly creating the building blocks. of a breakthrough serum called “Divinity”. His son Jaxxon Pierce now directs and produces his father’s once benevolent dream.
Two mysterious brothers arrive with a plan to kidnap the boss, and with the help of a charming woman named Nikita, they will begin their path towards true immortality. The film stars Stephen Dorff, Bella Thorne, Karreuche Tran, Moises Arias, Jason Genao, Scott Bakula and Emily Willis.
Called the festival “real visionary work,” audiences at tonight’s world premiere have found other adjectives to describe it. Reed Belk calls it “bold”, “awesome” and “absolutely mind-blowing”. Kevin Wozniak posted that it was “easily the wildest and most twisted movie” at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Long before the ambulance arrived, the screening began memorably as guests arrived at their seats inside Egypt to find goodies like T-shirts, magazines, and VHS boxes. And when Alcazar took the stage, his face was hidden behind a scary mask. God Next screenings tomorrow at Redstone Cinemas.