The Roald Dahl movie is heading straight to HBO Max in the USA, with its UK fate unknown.
The actor recently won praise for a video tutorial of how to make his version of the iconic Italian drink - which he has christened a "quarantucci".
Fellow actor Chris Evans tweeted his delight at the video, adding Tucci would make the Captain America cast "martinis in his trailer" after filming wrapped on the first day.
A gold logo, set against a dark blue backdrop, spells out the film’s title – which looks to be Roald Dahl’s The Witches.
The film should have made a stronger attempt to stitch all its elements into some semblance of a story.
“Oh my god, it’s unbelievable. That’s what we’re up against.”
Looks like the 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor is playing two roles in the upcoming sci-fi action sequel.
“Spotlight” is a journalistic drama film that’s based on the real life Spotlight team’s investigation into child sex abuse cases in Boston. It follows the Spotlight team as they uncover the magnitude of the cases and grapple with their horrific discovery. It stars Mark Ruffalo (Michael Rezendes), Michael Keaton (Walter “Robby” Robinson), Rachel McAdams (Sacha Pfeiffer), Liev Schreiber (Marty Baron), John Slattery (Ben Bradlee Jr), Brian d'Arcy James (Matt Carol), and Stanley Tucci (Mitchell Garabedian).