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Korean Thriller ‘The Witch 2’ to Get North American Theatrical Release (Exclusive)

Indie distributor Well Go USA Entertainment has picked up multi-territory rights to Korean horror-thriller The Witch 2: The Other One, the sequel to The Witch: Subversion, which grossed just under $25 million in South Korea in 2018. Well Go has taken theatrical and digital rights for North America, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand. The […]

‘Here Are the Young Men’: Film Review

Eoin Macken adapts Rob Doyle's novel of post-high school malaise in 2003 Dublin, with a young ensemble cast featuring Anya Taylor-Joy.

Female Warlord Drama ‘Tomiris’ Lands at Well Go USA

Well Go USA has nabbed U.S. distribution rights for the action-adventure drama 'Tomiris,' an epic tale of Queen Tomiris and her female warriors, directed by Kazakh director Akan Satayev ('The Liquidator').

Indonesian Superhero Movie ‘Gundala’ Getting U.S. Release (Exclusive)

Indonesian superhero movie 'Gundala,' which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival, has been picked up for North America by Well Go USA

Toronto: Well Go USA Takes Sci-Fi ‘Freaks’ for Multiple Territories

Well Go USA has picked up North American rights to Adam Stein and Zach Lipovsky’s sci-fi thriller 'Freaks' after a world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday night.

Cannes: Well Go USA Picks Up South Korea’s ‘Believer’ (Exclusive)

The crime thriller, a remake of Johnnie To's 'Drug War,' features South Korean actor Kim Joo-hyuk, who died last year in a car accident at the age of 44.

‘Mine’: Film Review

Armie Hammer gets immobilized in a life-or-death situation that takes a physical and psychological toll in the thriller 'Mine,' set in a North African desert dotted with land mines.

Tribeca Film, Well Go Co-Acquire Scott Foley’s Directorial Debut ‘Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife’

Foley, Patrick Wilson and James Carpinello star in and produced the dark comedy

New York Asian Film Festival Honors Well Go USA With Showcase

A week-long showcase will screen five of the Texas-based Asian specialty distributor's latest acquisitions, including cult Hong Kong director Johnnie To's "Drug War."