Named after the mythological archer, Alcon Entertainment may not necessarily hit the highest B.O. targets, but, more often than not, it strikes the profitability bull's-eye.
Alcon's development slate runs the gamut from family movies and prestige pics to high-concept thrillers and comedies. Here's what's in the works, in alphabetical order:
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