It looks like On the Road will be back in theaters March 22, according to LA Times. Though it does not include a list of theaters, here is what the article had to say about the long overdue release, where they also mentioned a VOD option:
After “On the Road” grossed just $150,000 in a total of six theaters and the film failed to pick up much awards interest, distributor IFC decided to shelve plans to widen the film in mid-January.
But in an unconventional move, it will give “On the Road” another whirl. Beginning March 22, the movie will play on 150 screens, including several in cities, such as Chicago and San Francisco, where it never played. IFC will also make it available on VOD for the first time.
“We were planning a pretty major expansion for January,” Jonathan Sehring, president of IFC Films, said in a phone interview Wednesday. “But when you don’t get the awards attention that you’re hoping for, you have to be willing to change your plans.” Sehring said he believes March offers a clearer runway, without the traffic of the holidays’ major awards titles.
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