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12 September 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Magnet's first film out of the gate will be Jeremy Saulnier's comic slasher film Murder Party, set for a brief theatrical release before an October DVD bow. Among those ready for a 2008 release include Hitoshi Matsumoto's Toronto International Film Festival Midnight Madness selection Big Man in Japan; Tony Smith's Viking actioner Severed Ways; Ringo Lam, Johnny To and Tsui Hark's Hong Kong action omnibus Triangle; Mark Hartley's Australian genre film docu Not Quite Hollywood; and Olivier Assayas' thriller Boarding Gate, starring Asia Argento and Michael Madsen.
"These are not trashy genre films. The market has grown up," he added. The slate will include acquisitions, production prebuys and projects produced in-house for theatrical or DVD release.
Wagner already has stated his desire to give Magnolia higher-budgeted projects, and Bowles said some of those likely will go through Magnet, given the strong sales genre titles have garnered on his Magnolia Home Entertainment label. »
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