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Warner Independent Gets "Funny"

October 18, 2006 (4:51 am) GMT
Warner Independent Pictures has acquired distribution rights to Michael Haneke's Americanized version of his own Austrian film "Funny Games."

Making a good move as it keeps progressing smoothly, Warner Independent Pictures has satisfyingly obtained distribution rights to thriller drama "", a Halcyon Pictures production directed by Michael Haneke.

A remake of Haneke's 1997 Austrian film of the same title, the picture revolves around two psychotic young men who take a family hostage in a vacation home invasion. Filming is currently under way in New York with , , , Brady Corbet, and Devon Gearhart starring.

The independent film studio and distributor division of Warner Bros. Entertainment, Warner Independent was established in August 2003 and has distributed more than 20 big screen features, the first being Richard Linklater's "." Its upcoming productions include "Wartime Lies", "", and "."

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