Constantin nabs Cannes quartet

Pics include Clooney's 'Michael Clayton,' Sandler's 'Nana's Boy'

BERLIN — Producer-distrib Constantin Film picked up four international titles at the Cannes market, including Summit Entertainment’s Tony Gilroy court thriller “Michael Clayton,” starring George Clooney, and the Adam Sandler-produced “Nana’s Boy.”

Company also nabbed German-language rights to Summit’s hip-hop dance pic “Music High” as well as Giovanni Veronesi’s hit Italian comedy “Manuale d’amore,” which it will release in Germany this summer.

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