February 14, 2007 08:08:18 GMT
Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment and Samuel Goldwyn Films have secured distribution rights to "2 Days in Paris" and will release it this summer in U.S..
Encountering the same experience as "Goya's Ghosts" did, rom-com flick "2 Days in Paris" has also been picked up to be distributed in North America region. The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Samuel Goldwyn Films and Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment have satisfyingly obtained the rights to bring it to theaters this summer.
Set over a 48-hour period in Paris, the movie concerns a neurotic couple whose two-year relationship is put in test when the girl takes along her boyfriend to her home in Paris, France where he has unexpected encounters with her ex-boyfriends and unfriendly parents.
Playing the couple are Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg with Daniel Bruhl, Aleksia Landeau, and Adan Jodorowsky co-starring. Apart from being the female lead, Julie also serves as director, writer, editor, and composer for the movie as well as co-produce alongside Ulf Israel and Werner Wirsing.