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FilmDistrict's 'Are We Officially Dating?' Now Titled 'That Awkward Moment'

deadline.com – FilmDistrict has changed the name of its Zac Efron-starrer. Formerly called Are We Officially Dating?, the pic which also stars Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller, is now titled That Awkward Moment. It’s still set to bow wide on January 31, 2014. 6 years 8 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Oldboy Stays Locked Up for Two More Weeks

comingsoon.net – Spike Lee's Oldboy is going to be staying in lockup for two extra weeks. FilmDistrict announced this morning that the manga adaptation will be hitting theaters October 25, rather than the previously-announced October 11. 6 years 25 weeks ago via jackiechan
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FilmDistrict Picks Up 'Olympus Has Fallen,' Thriller To Be Released On April 5, 2013

deadline.com – FilmDistrict has acquired domestic distribution rights to the White House action thriller Olympus Has Fallen. The company will release the Millennium Films-produced movie April 5, 2013, in the U.S. This puts the picture ahead of Sony Pictures‘ similarly themed White House Down; that Roland Emmerich-directed movie is scheduled to come out June 28, 2013. 7 years 3 weeks ago via brucelee
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FilmDistrict Renames Gerard Butler Soccer Comedy 'Playing For Keeps'

Gerard Butler
deadline.com – The newly titled Playing For Keeps (formerly Playing The Field) remains set for a December 7 wide release from FilmDistrict, which acquired the title at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. The Nu Image/Millennium Films comedy stars Gerard Butler as a retired soccer pro who, burnt out on his playboy lifestyle and bankrupt, moves back to Virginia to reconnect with his estranged ex-wife (Jessica Biel) and son (Noah Lomax).

7 years 17 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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FilmDistrict Picks Up 'Safety Not Guaranteed' at Sundance

thewrap.com – FilmDistrict has picked up the Sundance favorite "Safety Not Guaranteed," the company said Monday. It plans to release the movie this summer. 7 years 41 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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