Sundance: IFC Films Gets The Ledge Distribution Rights

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IFC announced, from the Sundance Film Festival, that it will distribute the film The Ledge, starring Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson, Charlie Hunnam, and Terrence Howard.  The film premiered on Friday at the festival and the rights to it were acquired just today.

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This sounds interesting! Always been a big fan of Hunnam's, from his early days on Undeclared to his role of Jax Teller on Sons of Anarchy...As a DISH Network customer/employee I was using my Logitech Revue with Google TV to search out info on when the next season of SOA would start up, and link-diving from the show to the cast to Charlie Hunnam brought me here. Sounds like a great movie, and I'll see Charlie in about anything.