You might recall the trailer for 'Wild Mountain Thyme' - in which Emily Blunt and Jamie Dornan attempt some of the worst Irish accents we've ever heard - which dropped a number of months ago. To be honest, it was probably one of the funnier things of 2020.

Well since then it has gotten a release in the US, where critics tore it to shreds. But an Irish release for 'Wild Mountain Thyme' remained unconfirmed for months.

Perhaps because reception elsewhere for it was so bad, they knew it would be worse still here.

Also apparently the director-writer John Patrick Shanley said the movie isn't made for people in Ireland. So maybe that also accounts for its delay...

In any case, Lionsgate have at last announced the details for its release in Ireland.

Both here and in the UK, the feature will be available to rent from April 30th on such platforms as Sky, Amazon, Apple, Google Play, Virgin, Talk Talk, BT, Rakuten, XBOX, Sony PS, Chili TV and Showcase At Home.

'Wild Mountain Thyme' is a romantic comedy following two neighbours - Rosamary Muldoon (Blunt) and Anthony Reilly (Dornan) - navigating their way around issues around land and love.

Aside from Blunt and Dornan, Christopher Walken and Jon Hamm also star. Walken plays Anthony's father Tony while Hamm is the big shot, wealthy American nephew looking to purchase Tony's land.