Lleju Prods. has set a June 10 release date for French helmer Jean-Paul Salome’s “The Chameleon,” with plans to make the film available day and date with theatrical via video-on-demand.
“The Chameleon,” based on the bestselling novel by Christophe D’Antonio, tells the real-life story of Frederic Bourdin, played by Marc-Andre Grondin, who assumes the identity of a woman’s long-lost son. Ellen Barkin and Famke Janssen also star.
Lleju will be working with Cinema Epoch to secure plexes in the top U.S. markets.
Pic, which preemed at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival, was penned by Salome and Natalie Carter and produced by William O. Perkins, Ram Bergman, Cooper Richey, Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar and Pierre Kubel.
Lleju has action-comedy “Cat Run,” starring Paz Vega and D.L. Hughley, currently in theaters.