Paramount Insurge, the studio’s new low-budget arm, has acquired the indie supernatural thriller “The Devil Inside” by writer-director William Brent Bell says Heat Vision.
Shot under the radar in Rome and Bucharest a year ago, the documentary-style story follows a woman (Fernanda Andrade) who has been led to believe her mother brutally murdered three people because she was clinically insane. After being told the murders occurred during an exorcism, she sets out to discover the truth.
While documenting her experience with a film crew in Italy, she becomes involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms. Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth and Suzan Crowley also star while Morris Paulson and Matthew Peterman produced.
Meanwhile, IFC Films has acquired North American rights to Dermot Mulroney’s directorial debut “Love, Wedding, Marriage” reports Risky Biz Blog.
The romantic comedy follows a marriage counselor whose happy newlywed status is complicated by the news that her parents are suddenly talking divorce. Her efforts to reconcile them on the eve of their 30th anniversary surprise party lead to damage in her own life.
Kellan Lutz, Mandy Moore, James Brolin, Jane Seymour and Jessica Szohr star while Anouska Chydzik Bryson and Caprice Crane penned the script.