Universal Pictures will distribute six Gold Circle Films between 2012 and 2014, or two each year. The two companies already have partnered on multiple projects in the past decade including White Noise, Because I Said So, The Wedding Date, The Fourth Kind, and Slither. Gold Circle is currently developing Sammy, which will be the first film distributed under the new pact with Universal. Gold Circle Films is best known for My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time.
Universal & Gold Circle Films In Distrib Deal
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