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The director of THE WACKNESS and upcoming 50/50 gives an
update on the status of his long-delayed 2006 horror film and directorial
debut, ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE.
Movies.com spoke with Levine (who is
developing the zombie pic WARM BODIES, based on Isaac Marion’s novel) about ALL
THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE, which stars Amber Heard and has been stuck in
development hell after the Weinstein Company sold it to Senator Entertainment,
which then went out of business.
“Is it ever going to be shown in the U.S.? Yes, I imagine it
will be,” Levine remarked. “I’m friends with the guys who financed the movie,
and the movie’s in some bizarre, crazy...like, this hedge fund owns it as part
of their defaulted assets, and they don’t care. It’s just a line on a
spreadsheet to them, and we’re trying to get it back.”
In the film, Heard plays Mandy Lane, a comely “good girl”
whom all the boys love. When she decides to go to a weekend party at a secluded
ranch with some of her classmates, however, things take a murderous turn. For
more details on MANDY LANE, click here to read Michael Gingold’s review.
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