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Mel Gibson's 'Get the Gringo' has a one-night theatrical run

Mel Gibson
feedproxy.google.com – "Get the Gringo" will skip a theatrical run entirely and debut on the satellite service DirecTV on May 1 in one of the boldest bets on video-on-demand programming. 10 years 23 weeks ago via brucelee
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'Get the Gringo' Trailer: Mel Gibson Looks for Payback in Mexico

Get the Gringo
screenrant.com – Mel Gibson’s next movie won’t be one you see in theaters (at least in the U.S.), as the star actor/director/controversy magnet will try a new distribution model out by debuting his new starring-vehicle, Get the Gringo, on Video On Demand. Today we have the trailer for Get the Gringo to share, and it looks like Mel may be back in Lethal Weapon and Payback mode, with this new action/comedy from first-time feature director, Adrian Grunberg. 10 years 27 weeks ago via brucelee

Get the Gringo May Be OK

Rating: Butter
Posted February 8th, 2012 by popcorn
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Get the Gringo trailer is the most straight-forward and complete story I’ve seen so far. It seems like the two minute version of the movie, and looks entertaining although not very original. Since Mel Gibson is still probably not on anyone’s favorite list yet, this one may not be a hit either. The trailer looks very low quality, not certain if it’s the trailer itself or just the clip I’m watching. Despite the quality, the trailer has a good combination of action, adventure, comedy and clever narration.   More »

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'Get the Gringo' Trailer

movieweb.com – The first trailer has arrived for Get the Gringo (previously known as How I Spent My Summer Vacation), which will premiere exclusively on DirecTV May 1. Click on the video player below for your first look at this Mel Gibson comedy, and read on for details regarding this unique release strategy.Click to watch Get the Gringo Trailer!Mel Gibson's Icon Productions has struck a deal with DirecTV and Fox Home Entertainment to premiere Get the Gringo on DirecTV starting May 1. 10 years 35 weeks ago via brucelee
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Mel Gibson Action Film 'Get The Gringo' Bypasses Theaters With VOD Deals At Fox And DirecTV

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: The acquisitions market at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival was all about deals that combined small theatrical releases with major day-and-date VOD and DVD. But no major star has dared to bypass theaters to gamble on ancillary distribution with a project that is right in his wheelhouse. Until now. 10 years 35 weeks ago via jetli
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