Forecast good for 'Weather Girl'

Blayne Weaver's comedy sells multiple rights

"Weather Girl," a relationship comedy that's set to play the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival, has sold off a slew of rights.

Blayne Weaver's movie has been picked up for home video by Screen Media Films and for television by Lifetime, which plans on airing the pic in October. The pic will be self-released theatrically in Los Angeles this summer by producer Secret Identity Prods.

Tricia O'Kelley and Mark Harmon star in the film as a couple at a Seattle news station whose relationship unravels on the air, resulting in both of them losing their jobs. Jon Cryer and Kaitlin Olson co-star.

Kevin Iwashina of IP Advisors and Josh Braun of Submarine Entertainment represented the filmmakers. Regent Worldwide sales is repping international rights.

The film, which unspools at LAFF this Friday, premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year.
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