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Josh Lucas once looked like he’d be the next leading man with roles in films like “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Poseidon,” but the last few years haven’t been nearly as kind to the underrated actor as he’s virtually disappeared from the big screen with films like “Peacock” and “Stolen” going straight-to-dvd in most markets. On the other side of “Stolen,” Jon Hamm is just now trying to turn his small-screen success into leading man status. One
The synopsis for Stolen Lives here:
"A detective deals with the loss of his own son while trying to uncover the identity of a boy whose mummified remains are found in a box buried for fifty years" (Trailer).
Release: March 3, 2010.
Director: Anders Anderson.
Writer: Glenn Taranto.
Cast: Josh Lucas, Jon Hamm, and Jimmy Bennett.
The teaser/tv spot for Stolen Lives right here:
James Van Der Beek and Rhona Mitra co-star, and screenwriter Glenn Taranto also appears in the film.
Here's the synopsis courtesy of IFC: Work has become an obsession for Detective Tom Adkins (Hamm) since the disappearance of his ten-year-old son, Tommy Jr. When an early morning phone call leads him to the mangled remains of a young boy who was brutally murdered 50 years ago, Adkins takes on the case in hopes of finding absolution. His investigation leads him to a man who lived in 1958 named Matthew Wakefield (Lucas) and his innocent son, John. The striking similarities in the cases push Adkins’ obsession over the top. Barely holding onto his sanity and bound by redemption,
The film will be distributed in March through IFC in Theaters as a simultaneous theatrical and VOD release.
In "Stolen," Hamm plays a detective obsessed with the disappearance of his 10-year-old son whose investigation leads him to a man, played by Lucas, who experienced a similar situation. James Van Der Beek and Rhona Mitra costar.
Glenn Taranto wrote the screenplay and also appears in the film.
"Stolen" was produced by Anderson and Andy Steinman's A2 Entertainment production company.
The acquisition deal was negotiated by IFC' Lizzie Nastro and Arianna Bocco and Arclight's Chris Perry.
Anchor Bay Films has acquired Us and UK theatrical rights Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's psychological thriller "After.Life" says The Hollywood Reporter.
The story follows a young woman (Christina Ricci) hovering between life and death. Liam Neeson lplays a funeral director who might bury her alive. Justin Long and Josh Charles also star.
No specific date is yet set, but a Spring release is being targeted.
Roadside Attractions has acquired all U.S. rights to Stephen Milburn's action thriller "CA$H" says The Hollywood Reporter.
The story follows a Chicago couple (Chris Hemsworth and Victoria Profeta) who come upon a suitcase full of cash. Sean Bean plays the villain of the piece.
Roadside will give the film a limited theatrical release on March 26th.
IFC Films has scored North American rights to Anders Anderson and Andy Steinman's "Stolen" for A2 Entertainment reports Variety.
Glenn Taranto penned the
The film is the feature debut for director-producer team Anders Anderson and Andy Steinman and their production company A2 Entertainment. The script was written by Glenn Taranto. It follows a small-town police chief who works to find out the truth behind the mummified remains of a dead boy found in a box. He was buried for 50 years.
James Van Der Beek and Rhona Mitra co-star.
IFC plans to release Stolen via video-on-demand March 3 and will open at the Clearview Chelsea in New York on March 12 and the Sunset 5 in Los Angeles on March 19.
She joins Josh Lucas and Jon Hamm in the film about a small-town police chief (Hamm) determined to discover the truth behind the mummified remains of a boy who was murdered a half-century earlier.
Anders Anderson is directing from a screenplay by Glenn Taranto.
James Van Der Beek (Standing Still), Marcus Thomas (You Kill Me), Jimmy Bennett (Hostage) and Jessica Chastain (Jolene) also have been cast.
Mitra plays the police chief's wife, who is trying to move on after the disappearance of their own son eight years earlier. Lucas plays the father of the murdered boy.
A2's Anderson and Andy Steinman and Code Entertainment's Al Corley, Bart Rosenblatt and Eugene Musso are producing.
Mitra next appears in Rogue Pictures' Doomsday and is about to start production in New Zealand on Underworld: Rise of the Lycans for Screen Gems. Her credits include the features The Number 23 and Skinwalkers and FX's Nip/Tuck.
She is repped by CAA, Jason Weinberg and attorney Warren Dern.
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