Strippers vs Werewolves,' 'Interview With a Hitman' Coming to U.S. Screens

Well Go picks pp North American rights from British sales banner Kaleidoscope.

LONDON – U.S. audiences will get a chance to feast their eyes on the Luc Goss actioner Interview With a Hitman and Strippers vs Werewolves after Well Go picked up North American rights from U.K. independent sales and distribution label Kaleidoscope Film Distribution for the titles.

Kaleidoscope also inked deal memos during or in the immediate aftermath of this year’s European Film Market during the Berlinale for Strippers vs Werewolves with Ledick for Germany and German-speaking Europe and Select for Japan.

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Interview With a Hitman also flew off Kaleidoscope’s sales shelf going to Germany with Eurovideo, Japan via Fine Films, Korea through Joy N’ Contents, The Middle East in a deal with Front Row, Thailand with M Pictures and China with Universal Full Band Media.

Kaleidoscope’s home entertainment division also made itself busy picking up U.K. rights to titles including documentaries Everyman’s Journey (Visit Films) and Amazonia 3D (Le Pacte) and the live action title Game of Werewolves and comedy-actioner Jurassic Shark for a DVD release.

Kaleidoscope will also be releasing Everyman’s Journey, the story of how rock gods Journey chose an unknown, homeless, Filipino man, Arnel Pineda, to be their new lead singer, in British theaters this summer

Amazonia 3D is billed as a journey deep into the heart of the mysterious Amazon rainforest to be rolled out in 3D late in 2013.