Trade Breaks: Lust, Sexiest, Bond

“The Chinese release of Ang Lee’s “Lust, Caution” has been pushed back to November 1st, China Film said Wednesday. But it may be delayed further as the movie has yet to pass a censorship review as the film contains some fairly graphic sex scenes that are expected to run afoul of Chinese censors, despite 7-8 minutes of footage having been cut from the film by Lee…” (full details)

“ThinkFilm has nabbed North American rights to Hamptons International Film Festival world premiere “My Sexiest Year.” Writer-director Howard Himelstein’s autobiographical coming-of-age story follows Jack Stein (Frankie Muniz), a 17-year-old aspiring writer who lives with his mother (Frances Fisher) in Brooklyn. When her health declines, she sends him to live with his horse-racing handicapper father (Harvey Keitel) in Miami…” (full details)

“Intrepid Pictures has picked up the rights to the horror-thriller comic book The Bond of Saint Marcel and its screenplay, both by Jennifer Quintenz. The film follows the heiress of a powerful family that’s been slaughtered. She soon discovers that the only one who can save her life is Eamann, a vampire that was bonded into her family’s service against its will 200 years ago…” (full details)