I wanted to see Senator’s MANDY LANE when she was young and sexy, not an old hag. Some interesting news was sent to us this morning by B-D regular Joey M. who pointed us to a website that had some interesting news about Jonathan Levine’s All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, which has been sitting on the shelves here in the US collecting pounds of dust. Read on to see what the latest is on this popular teen slasher pic…Mark Urman has left ThinkFilm to become head of distribution at Senator Entertainment, reports Pro Networks.
“Why does this matter to independent film fans? Well, word is that one of his first major tasks will be to get ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE out of limbo and get this film into the 1000+ theaters that Senator originally promised when they bought the film from the Weinsteins over a year ago following an auspicious debut at the 2006 Toronto International Film festival (no, that’s not a typo — 2006). One needs only to look back on this blog to see why this is such a “big deal” and why it matters to this reporter.”
So for those of you who haven’t already seen the film, there’s still hope that we’ll get to catch a 35mm print of this baby sometime in the near future. Until then, click here for stills, posters, trailers and more.
In the film a group of high schoolers invite Mandy Lane (Amber Heard), a good girl who became quite hot over the summer, to a weekend party on a secluded ranch. While the festivities rage on, the number of revelers begins to drop quite mysteriously.
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