Raunchy laffer to go day-and-date on VOD and in theaters
Phase 4 has nabbed U.S. and Canadian rights to Carrie Preston’s raunchy female comedy “That’s What She Said,” which had its world premiere at Sundance earlier this year.Written by Kellie Overbey, pic stars Anne Heche, Marcia DeBonis and Alia Shawkat, and was produced by Preston, Joshua Astrachan, Lucy Barzun Donnelly and Mona Panchal. Phase 4 is planning a day-and-date release in theatres and on VOD later this year. “I am thrilled and proud to be working with Phase 4 to release this alternative to the bro-mance films,” Preston commented. “I like to call it a ‘wo-mance.’ I’m excited to finally share it with audiences.” Deal was negotiated by Phase 4’s Larry Greenberg and Katharyn Howe with Josh Braun at Submarine on behalf of the filmmakers, and closed during Phase 4’s SXSW party on Sunday afternoon.