Some very interesting news out of Cannes as Anchor Bay Films has acquired North American rights to Marcos Efron’s remake of the 1970 British thriller And Soon The Darkness starring the ever-so-sexy Amber Heard (Mandy Lane, Zombieland, The Stepfather) and Odette Yustman (Cloverfield, The Unborn) in a reported seven-figure deal. Why so interesting? Insiders from AFM, Berlin and Cannes tell Bloody Disgusting that this thriller is absolutely terrible. You’ll be able to find out for yourself when this goes theatrical this coming autumn. Karl Urban and Adriana Barraza also star in the story about two girls whose bike tour through a remote part of Argentina becomes a terrifying ordeal after one of them goes missing. Jennifer Derwingson co-wrote the screenplay with Efron.
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