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TIFF: Anchor Bay Buys ‘Megan is Missing’

Exclusive: drama centers on Internet predator


Anchor Bay has bought English speaking rights to "Megan is Missing," TheWrap has learned. The independent drama centers on two teenage girls who are stalked by an Internet predator they meet in an online chat room.

Michael Goi directed and Amber Perkins and Rachel Quinn star. The movie was produced by Trio Pictures.

No word yet on the terms of the deal. Anchor Bay plans to release the film in 2011.

The film was sold by the Paradigm Motion Picture Finance Group.

It has been a busy week of deal-making for the film distributor. Earlier on Thursday, Anchor Bay announced it had nabbed the Maria Bello film 'Carjacked."

On Wednesday, Anchor picked up a different project with Bello, "Beautiful Boy," in a seven-figure deal  that includes a P&A commitment.