Woody Allen's 'Stranger' sells abroad

Imagina International announces international sales

MADRID -- Spanish sales company Imagina International announced Tuesday pre-sales on Woody Allen's "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" to all corners of the globe.

A week after Sony Pictures Classics took North American rights, Medusa took Italy, Concorde has picked up Germany and Warner Bros Entertainment France has acquired all French rights.

Starring Antonio Banderas, Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Gemma Jones, Freida Pinto and Lucy Punch, "Stranger" is now in post-production in New York.

Imagina also announced Tuesday that Sun Distribution acquired all of Latin America, Central Partnership picked up CIS, Scanbox took Scandinavia, Paradiso bought Benelux, Frenetic acquired Switzerland and Zon Lusomundo took Portugal.

"Stranger" has also pre-sold to Israel and the Middle East, Poland, former-Yugoslavia, Czech Republic, Romania, South Africa, Hong Kong and Indonesia.

Japan, the U.K., Australia and Korea are under negotiation.

"Stranger" is the first in a three-film production deal between Letty Aronson's Gravier Prods. and Barcelona-based Mediapro and is produced by Aronson, Steve Tenenbaum and Mediapro chief Jaume Roures, with Spanish broadcaster Antena 3 co-producing.