The Orchard to distribute ‘Take Me’ with Taylor Schilling + new release date

The Orchard to distribute ‘Take Me’ with Taylor Schilling + new release date

From Deadline

The Orchard has acquired Pat Healy’s directorial debut film Take Me, which is set to world premiere next month at the Tribeca Film Festival in the Spotlight Narrative section. Healy also stars in the black comedy opposite Orange Is the New Black‘s Taylor Schilling, Alycia Delmore and Jim O’Heir. Following the Tribeca premiere, Orchard will release the pic May 5 in theaters and on digital platforms.

 Written by Mike Makowsky, the film follows Ray, who is in the boutique simulated-abduction business. An understandably threadbare market, he jumps at the chance when a mysterious call contracts him for a weekend kidnapping with a handsome payday at the end. But the job isn’t all that it seems.

From Variety

The Orchard has acquired rights to the Taylor Schilling-Pat Healy comedy “Take Me,” which will premiere next month at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Healy will star alongside “Orange Is the New Black’s” Schilling, in addition to making his feature directorial debut. The Duplass Brothers serve as executive producers while Mel Eslyn and Sev Ohanian will produce.

The Orchard will handle a theatrical and digital release in May, followed by a worldwide streaming release by Netflix later this year. The acquisition marks an ongoing relationship with the Duplass Brothers and The Orchard as part of an output deal. The Orchard has worldwide theatrical, digital rental, sales, cable/satellite VOD, airline, DVD, and soundtrack rights.

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