Cinema release for Ross Noble film

Stitches out for Halloween

Ross Noble’s movie debut has landed a distribution deal, which means it will hit cinemas in the autumn.

Stitches is a horror comedy in which Noble plays a clown who comes back from the dead to wreak revenge on a group of teenagers

The UK and Ireland rights to the film were snapped up by two companies, Kaleidoscope and Signature Entertainment.

Kaleidoscope chief Spencer Pollard told trade magazine The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Ross Noble has an excellent fan base in the U.K. and Ireland and with a Frightfest [festival] premiere as our launch pad, a healthy theatrical roll out in time for Halloween and the support of Ross himself during his very busy stand-up comedy tour in Q4, we are excited by the film’s potential.

Published: 29 May 2012

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