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Icon ‘Fastest’ to grab Cannes pic

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Icon Film has acquired U.K. rights to Roger Donaldson’s “The World’s Fastest Indian,” starring Anthony Hopkins, one of the best-received movies in this year’s Cannes market.

Based on a true story, pic tells the story of New Zealander Burt Munro who set a world motorcycle speed record in 1967 that still stands today.

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