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Ryan Reynolds' 'The Voices' Acquired by Lionsgate

March 6, 2014 (6:07 am) GMT
The genre-bending movie follows a disturbed man who hallucinates about conversing with his murderous cat and his good-natured dog.
Ryan Reynolds' 'The Voices' Acquired by Lionsgate

Lionsgate picks up the distribution rights to dark comedy thriller "" starring and , nearly two months after it was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival early this year. The indie movie was one of the favorites at the event.

The Marjane Satrapi-directed pic centers around a loveable, yet mentally-ill Jerry who has been avoiding taking his prescribed medication and starts conversing with his sinister cat and benevolent dog. It is supported by , and Gulliver McGrath.

"We are really pleased to have made what's been called the ultimate WTF horror comedy at Sundance. With their impressive ability to champion such bold, genre bending pictures, we know Lionsgate is the perfect home for this film," say producers Adi Shankar and Matthew Rhodes.

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