Selma Blair (Abigail Clayton) talks about her character research and what it was like working with the cast and crew of Columbus Circle.
In March, Universal Studios Home Entertainment will bring Columbus Circle to Blu-ray. This psychological thriller stars Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions) as an agoraphobic heiress forced to deal with the death of her elderly neighbor.
From Universal’s official press release:
“When…[the death] prompts NYPD Homicide Detective Frank Giardello (Giovanni Ribisi, Saving Private Ryan) to launch an investigation…[she] is distressed to find him outside her door, questioning her. Having tried to acquire the now vacant apartment to ensure her privacy, [the heiress] is further upset when new tenants Lillian (Amy Smart, Varsity Blues) and Charlie (Jason Lee, Chasing Amy) move in. [Blair's character] anxiously monitors her new neighbors from the safety of her front door’s peephole, but her well-ordered world begins to unravel when she finally encounters Lillian and Charlie face-to-face and her sheltered existence becomes threatened in unexpected and terrifying ways.”
Universal’s Blu-ray presents the film in its original aspect ratio of 2.39:1 with a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track. Further supplementary details have not yet been confirmed.
Columbus Circle is expected to street on March 6th.
Selma plays an heiress who’s been shut inside her apartment building for nearly two decades and is forced to confront her fears after one of her neighbors is killed and a detective arrives to begin the investigation.
Pre-Order Blu-Ray Movie Here.
Watch Trailer Here:
Lightning Entertainment has sold multiple territories for its thriller “Columbus Circle” and its Stephen Dorff actioner “Brake.”
Deals were announced Sunday at the American Film Market.
“Columbus Circle,” directed by George Gallo and starring Selma Blair, Amy Smart, Giovanni Ribisi, Jason Lee and Kevin Pollak, centers on a reclusive young heiress who’s endangered when she’s befriended by the glamorous new owners of the apartment next door. Telemunchen bought all rights to German-speaking markets; Key2media bought TV for Spain; and Fox/Star TV bought pay TV for Pan Asia.
Nonstop bought all Scandinavia rights to “Brake” and BooGee snagged all Korean rights.
BooGee also bought Korean rights to horror-thriller “Bloodwork,” which also sold in Benelux to Three Lines Pictures.
Quality Filmes bought all Latin American rights to action comedy “Cat Run” excluding Brazil, where it sold DVD rights.
Eagle Films acquired all rights for the Middle East for “Brake, “Bloodwork,” “Boy Wonder,” “The Trouble with Bliss,” “Top Cat,” and “Wrath” along with a presale on Andrew Traucki’s “The Jungle.”