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Star-Studded Drama 'Lullaby' Acquired by ARC Entertainment

By Ziyad Saadi | Indiewire February 7, 2014 at 11:30AM

ARC Entertainment plans to bring some life-affirming drama into moviegoers' lives, having now acquired all North American rights to Andrew Levitas' feel-good film "Lullaby," featuring an acclaimed cast that includes Garrett Hedlund, Richard Jenkins, Amy Adams, Jessica Brown Findlay, Terrence Howard and Jennifer Hudson.
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Garrett Hedlund, Richard Jenkins, Jessica Brown Findlay¸ Jennifer Hudson, Terrence Howard and Amy Adams, Lullaby cast

ARC Entertainment plans to bring some life-affirming drama into moviegoers' lives, having now acquired all North American rights to Andrew Levitas' feel-good film "Lullaby," featuring an acclaimed cast that includes Garrett Hedlund, Richard Jenkins, Amy Adams, Jessica Brown Findlay, Terrence Howard and Jennifer Hudson.

"Lullaby" explores the power of life, its transformative moments and reconnections between loved ones. Estranged from his family, Jonathan (Hedlund) discovers his father's decision to take himself off life support in forty-eight hours. What follows is an unexpected and powerful journey of love, laughter and forgiveness.

"We are proud to release this highly-anticipated thought provoking masterpiece," stated ARC Entertainment's CEO Trevor Drinkwater. "Featuring a powerful all-star cast of Academy Award winners and nominees, 'Lullaby' is a unique film that will be enjoyed by all generations and is sure to bring you and your family closer together."

The deal was negotiated by ARC Entertainment's Head of Acquisitions, Scott Moesta. Recent releases from the company include "Sweetwater" starring January Jones and Jason Isaacs and "Big Sur" starring Kate Bosworth and Josh Lucas.

This article is related to: Arc Entertainment, Lullaby, Andrew Levitas, Amy Adams, Richard Jenkins, Garrett Hedlund, Terrence Howard, Jennifer Hudson, Jessica Brown Findlay, Acquisitions, News





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