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Freestyle Releasing Acquires Lindsay Lohan-Michelle Rodriguez Anthology 'InAPPropriate Comedy'

Photo of Jay A. Fernandez By Jay A. Fernandez | Indiewire November 5, 2012 at 10:16AM

The infamous omnibus film “InAPProproate Comedy” — the brainchild of “ShamWow!” impresario Vince Offer — will get a theatrical release courtesy of Freestyle Releasing, which has picked up North American rights to the project. The company will also release the film on DVD and VOD through its Freestyle Digital Media.
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The infamous omnibus film “InAPProproate Comedy” — the brainchild of “ShamWow!” impresario Vince Offer — will get a theatrical release courtesy of Freestyle Releasing, which has picked up North American rights to the project. The company will also release the film on DVD and VOD through its Freestyle Digital Media.

Lindsay Lohan, Michelle Rodriguez, Rob Schneider and Adrien Brody are the most high-profile stars that appear in the series of sketches that make up the film. Offer directed and co-wrote the script with Ari Shaffir and Ken Pringle. Robert B. Shapiro produced along with Ken Pringle for Square One Entertainment.

"'InAPPropriate Comedy' totally delivers to the 'Jackass' and 'Borat' audience," said Freestyle co-president Susan Jackson, who negotiated the deal with Hal Sadoff and attorneys Andrew Hurwitz and Alan Sacks of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz. "We are also delighted to be working with director Vince Offer, whose experience and following from his remarkable direct marketing successes will prove invaluable to the promotion of the film."

Freestyle Releasing has recently released "The Dry Land," "Skateland" and "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night."

This article is related to: Lindsay Lohan, Freestyle Releasing, Acquisitions, InAPPropriate Comedy







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