“Loft” pushed back to 2013 in Germany?

June 1st 2012 • by Jess • No CommentsLoft

In a recent article dated May 19th, Variety profiled German distribution company SquareOne, who own the rights to Loft. In the profile it states that they plan to release Loft next year – I’m not entirely clear whether they hold the rights for just Germany, or also for international distribution, but either way, Loft is now set to be released in Germany at the least in 2013.

Still no official word on any other European or American dates, unfortunately.

It’s been 10 years since Munich-based SquareOne Entertainment came on the scene, and the distributor, which has backed films including “White Noise,” “Bride and Prejudice” and “StreetDance 3D,” is celebrating with its biggest slate ever. But for those watching the company, founder and prexy Al Munteanu says you ain’t seen nothing yet.

“We expect 2013 to be even bigger,” he says.

Next year the company plans to release 12 films, including Karl Urban and Wentworth Miller thriller “Loft“; Bradley Cooper starrer “Hit & Run”; “Welcome to the Punch,” with James McAvoy and Mark Strong; Robert Redford drama “All Is Lost”; and dance pic “Cobu 3D.”

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