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Darko's comeback?

04.21.2004

One of the biggest cult hits of recent history is bringing their act back to the big screen. Newmarket Films (who seem to have a horseshoe lodged up their ass) will be releasing a Director's Cut of the film at the Seattle Film Festival on May 29th with just over 20 minutes of new footage, new music, and improved visual effects. Newmarket chief, Bob Berney said the company then plans to release the film on about 10 screens in the city as a test run for a wider national release. The film will receive a full round of promotions on television as Berney hopes to get a good response from the film's constantly growing fan base. Director Richard Kelly says the new version will include some of the deleted scenes from the DVD and some extra material he intentionally left off the disc. "In the director's cut, we're deepening the mystery." Kelly said. "It's a more thorough exploration of what this film means." The original theatrical run of the film brought in just over $500,000 while the DVD sales earned an estimated $10 million. So, if the plan doesn't work out and the new cut doesn't show up in your city, blame Seattle. We can also blame them for Starbucks, Shawn Kemp getting fat, and the death of Kurt Cobain.

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