Everybody walked from the ArcLight to nearby bar Wood & Vine on Tuesday night for the L.A. preem of Magnolia's "Nobody Walks," which debuted at Sundance in January.
As buyers descend on Cannes, the number of distributors playing in the multiplatform field of date-and-date releases -- and compressed windows in general -- is growing.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod's Robert Pattinson-starrer "Bel Ami" and will give the period pic a theatrical release in the U.S. on June 8.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired US rights to Rob Reiner's drama-comedy "The Magic of Belle Isle."
Magnet Releasing, the genre label of Magnolia Pictures, has picked up U.S. theatrical and VOD rights to Ti West's ghost story "The Innkeepers."
Magnolia Pictures has upped Dori Begley from vice prexy to SVP of acquisitions, while Matt Cowal has been promoted from veep to SVP of marketing and publicity.
When Mark Cuban launched HDNet a decade ago, the brash billionaire had no particular preference about the kind of fare he would broadcast.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired US rights to indie romantic comedy "Barry Munday" from Far Hills Pictures and Corner Store Entertainment.
Hard numbers aren't easy to come by, but three titles show what a VOD run could be worth.
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