Dimension Fell for "Mandy Lane"
Following the trail of MGM in nabbing Toronto Film Festival participant "Rescue Dawn" under its wings, Dimension Films, a subsidiary of The Weinstein Company, has satisfyingly acquired the distribution rights to teen horror flick "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane."
Already encountered its premiere at the festival on Saturday, September 9, the movie marks a directorial debut of Jonathan Levine and features young talents like Amber Heard, Anson Mount, also Aaron Himelstein. Script is penned by Jacob Forman with Chad Feehan, Felipe Marino, Joe Neurauter seating as producers.
Formerly a label used by Bob Weinstein within Miramax Films to produce and release genre films, Dimension has made more than sixty film features since 1992. Its upcoming movie projects include "Superhero!", "Ghost Rider", and "Grindhouse."
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