It only took several years for it to happen, but Jonathan Levine's All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is finally going to see a U.S. release. The film is going to be given a simultaneous bow on the theatrical and VOD market by Radius-twc (the "TWC" representing "The Weinstein Company").
This Radius-twc partnership appears to be great for films that have been languishing on Bob and Harvey Weinstein's shelf. The union recently released 6 Souls, the Julianne Moore-starring thriller, a film that had been awaiting release for some time as well.
Starring Amber Heard, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane made a splash on the festival scene seven years ago before wading through a thick sob story of distribution woes. The film has been released overseas, but never saw a debut here in the States.
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