Kat Dennings' new movie 'Daydream Nation' is set to get a full cinema release after Anchor Bay Films acquired the distribution rights for the US, UK, and Australia . The film impressed critics after making its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, and will now hit cinemas in 2011, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The movie is directed by Michael Goldbach and stars Dennings alongside JOHN LUCAS. It tells the story of a smart 17-year-old girl who moves to a strange town haunted by the presence of a serial killer. The girl soon starts an affair with her teacher and also begins a friendship with a troubled boy. Her teacher begins to grow jealous and a violent love triangle is formed. Anchor Bay Films most recently released the remake of controversial horror movie 'I Spit on Your Grave', starring, Sarah Butler.
Next year, the film company plan to release the movie 'Beautiful Boy', starring Michael Sheen and Maria Bello, as well as 'Meet Monica Velour' starring Kim Catrall. The company is also reportedly in talks to release a feature film version of the 'Tekken' computer game.
Having conceived the idea for Childstar after a chance Oscar party conversation with Haley Joel Osment, McKellar stars as Rick, an experimental filmmaker who becomes the limo driver for Taylor Brandon Burns (great name!) a spoiled 12-year-old American superstar (Mark Rendall) shooting a new film in Canada. That movie, The First Son, is a ridiculous piece of jingoistic drivel where the President's son kicks some terrorist ass in order to save Dad, the White House and the whole damn country.
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