‘Call Jane’: Sundance Women’s Rights Drama Starring Elizabeth Banks, Sigourney Weaver Acquired By Roadside Attractions
Roadside Attractions is taking U.S. distribution rights to Oscar-Nominee Phyllis Nagy’s theatrical feature directorial debut, Call Jane. A theatrical release is planned for the film this year.
Vertical Entertainment And Roadside Attractions Land Domestic Rights To Keke Palmer-Common Pic ‘Alice’ Prior To Sundance Premiere
Vertical Entertainment and Roadside Attractions have snapped up U.S. rights to the dramatic thriller Alice.
Celine Dion Biopic ‘Aline’ Finds U.S. Home With Roadside Attractions, Samuel Goldwyn Films
“Aline,” the biopic loosely based on French Canadian hitmaker Celine Dion, has been acquired by Roadside Attractions and Samuel Goldwyn Films for U.S. distribution. The critically acclaimed musical comedy-drama world premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival. It will be released theatrically in the U.S. in early 2022.
Roadside Attractions Acquires ‘Hard Luck Love Song’, Sets Fall Release For Romantic Thriller Starring Michael Dorman & Sophia Bush
Roadside Attractions has acquired Hard Luck Love Song, with plans to release the crime thriller exclusively in theaters on October 15.
Mark Wahlberg Starrer ‘Joe Bell’ Moves To Roadside Attractions/Vertical Entertainment For July Release
The drama is directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green (Monsters and Men) from a script by the Brokeback Mountain duo of Diana Ossana and the late author/scribe Larry McMurtry. It veers from Wahlberg’s wheelhouse. He plays the rough-edged Oregon-based father who pays tribute to his gay teenage son Jadin by embarking on a walk across America to speak his heart to heartland adults and students about the potential terrifying high costs of bullying. The themes of tolerance and listening to your children are timely topics.
Randall Park to Make Directorial Debut on Dramedy ‘Shortcomings’ for Roadside Attractions
Randall Park, the “Fresh Off the Boat,” “WandaVision” and “Always Be My Maybe” star, will make his directorial debut for Roadside Attractions on a comedic drama called “Shortcomings.”