After seeing strong results with the anthology horror pic "V/H/S," Magnolia Pictures is nearing a deal to acquire standalone sequel "S-VHS," sources tell Variety.
Sebastian Aloi's Aeroplano, which is based out of L.A. and Buenos Aires, has formed a production alliance with Italy's Buena Onda Intl.
Dimitri Stephanides' WTF has acquired international sales rights to "The Bleeding House" and "Chop."
The Collective and horror website BloodyDisgusting.com have acquired North American rights to "The Woman," whose graphic content prompted walkouts at Sundance.
Durable special effects juggernaut "Godzilla" will return to the bigscreen in 2012, with Legendary Pictures producing.
San Diego could have easily been confused for Hollywood as the city's restaurants, hotels and even an aircraft carrier, were taken over to host Comic-Con soirees.
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