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Lions Gate buys worldwide rights on comedy Vulgar

Reflecting its ambitious expansion plan among North American independents, Lions Gate Films announced its second acquisition at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday, taking worldwide rights on Vulgar, the comedy starring and executive produced by Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier, the talents behind Dogma, Chasing Amy and Clerks, and directed by Smith protege Bryan Johnson. The film reunites Lions Gate and Smith's company View Askew since Lions Gate released ...

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