Radius-TWC has acquired U.S. rights to "Lovelace," which stars Amanda Seyfriend as adult film starlet Linda Lovelace and Peter Sarsgaard as her abusive husband Chuck Traynor.
Sony Pictures Classics is wrapping up a deal to acquire U.S. and select foreign rights to John Krokidas' period drama "Kill Your Darlings," sources familiar with the negotiations have confirmed to…
CBS Films has acquired domestic rights to the coming-of-age comedy "Toy's House," which first-time helmer Jordan Vogt-Roberts directed from a screenplay by Chris Galletta.
The script called for small upfront payments, day-and-date VOD pickups and leisurely negotiations. But a funny thing happened on the way to Sundance: John Cooper and Trevor Groth programmed a boffo…
Ray Liotta, who played a gate guard in 1999's "Muppets From Space," has been cast in Disney's sequel to "The Muppets."
Fox Searchlight has acquired North American rights, as well as most rights in major territories, to "The Way, Way Back." The comedy marks the directorial debut of "The Descendants" scribes Nat Faxon…
Gina Piersanti is a true newcomer in front of the camera.
After acquiring "20 Feet From Stardom" on Friday, Radius-TWC has just closed its second deal of Sundance, picking up North American rights to Stacie Passon's directorial debut "Concussion."
Sony Pictures Worldwide Releasing has made a deal for director Jerusha Hess' freshman outing "Austenland," which also marks the producing debut of "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer. Sony Pictures…
Sundance acquisitions took off Monday as weekend deals started to close.
Gravitas Ventures has acquired three raucous Slamdance films: Steven Feinartz's documentary "The Bitter Buddha," Michael Urie's comedy "He's Way More Famous Than You" and Peter Baxter's documentary…
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