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Paramount Vantage Won’t Release “Jeff Who Lives at Home” Until March 2012

Paramount Vantage Won't Release "Jeff Who Lives at Home" Until March 2012

“Jeff, Who Lives at Home” will have its world premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival, but it won’t see its theatrical release through Paramount Vantage until March 2, 2012.

The Jay Duplass-Mark Duplass comedy stars Jason Segel and Ed Helms.

Also getting a release date is the 2011 Sundance Film Festival documentary “Resurrect Dead: The Mystery Toynbee Tiles.” That film will go out September 2 through Argot Pictures.

Mario Van Peebles’ “Redemption Road,” the 2010 film starring Michael Clarke Duncan and Taryn Manning, will go out through Freestyle Releasing August 26. And “Norman,” Jonathan Segel’s dark comedy about a kid who pretends to be dying of cancer, will be released October 21.

And as we reported earleir this week, Oscilloscope Pictures will give an Academy run to “We Need to Talk About Kevin” December 2.

Here’s this week’s other release date updates and changes:

“Adventures of Pureza: Queen of the Riles” (Independent) July 29

“Sega” (Independent Bollywood) July 29

“Anita” (Menemsha Films) July 29

“Candyland” (Kidtoon Films) August 6

“My Friend Pinto” (UTV Communications) October 14

“Paan Singh Tomar” (UTV Communications) March 9, 2012

“Short Term Shaadi” (UTV Communications) February 10, 2012

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