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As it heads to Cannes, we have the exclusive trailer for the upcoming romantic comedy Stuck, starring Madeline Zima and Joel David Moore. The pair play two strangers who engage in a one night stand, only to find themselves Stuck in a traffic jam the next morning. As they begrudgingly get to know each other, they are led to a surprising destiny. Check out the first footage, along with the poster and three photos as Stuck proves that having sex with strangers is easier than conversing with one.
Stuck - Exclusive "Trailer"
Stuck comes to theaters in 2013 and stars Madeline Zima, Joel Moore, Kristen Ruhlin, Abraham Benrubi, Rebecca Field, Jayson Blair, Darren Le Gallo, Evie Thompson. The film is directed by Stuart Acher. »
Microbudgeted movies are shifting from “Paranormal” to normal, thanks to producers and actors lured by their profit potential. Movies made for less than $1 million have lost their bargain-basement stigma and have become an important part of the Hollywood equation.
(From the pages of the April 9 issue of Variety.)
“Name actors see that you’re successful and become more willing to participate because they can make a lot of money in backend deals,” said Jason Blum, producer of the $14,000-budgeted 2009 release “Paranormal Activity,” which grossed $193 million worldwide.
The pic spurred Paramount to create microbudget division Insurge, but many in the biz were skeptical. Blum, who has since made three additional “Paranormal” films and graduated to the $3 million budget range for wide releases like “Sinister,” says microbudget pictures have gained traction due to the growth of VOD and international.
Earlier microbudgeted movies cast unknowns. Now, while they’re not exactly drawing A-listers, »
- Dave McNary
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