You may or may not remember that back in 2005, there was an impending thriller with a lot of star power attached called Lonely Hearts. The film – starring John Travolta, James Gandolfini, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek, and Laura Dern – was a 40s set true crime story about murderous lovers (Leto and Hayek) who bilked war widows out of money and killed them. They are pursued by a pair of detectives (Travolta and Gandolfini) who are dealing with their own personal issues. The film debuted in 2006 at the Tribeca Film Festival…and has been promptly unheard of since.

Now the film has been rescued from oblivion (or at the very least the same direct-to-DVD fate that Been Affleck’s Man About Town met) by Samuel Goldwyn Films and Roadside Attractions. The duo has previously released Jesus is Magic, Super Size Me, and Pretty Persuasion amongst other films. They’ve already set an April 13 release date where it’s going to be up against two other thrillers, the Bruce Willis/Halle Berry-starring Perfect Stranger and D.J. Caruso’s (The Salton Sea) Disturbia, though most likely, it’ll be on a handful of the screens that those movies get.