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June 10, 2011

Palin movie coming to a theater near you

The new movie about Sarah Palin's rise in Alaska politics, The Undefeated, will be shown in AMC theaters, the film's produicers announced Friday.

The two-hour movie will be shown in some AMC theaters, in such markets as Dallas-Ft. Worth, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis and Kansas City, according to the distribution agreement.

The firm handling the distribution said that the movie will be distributed to match Palin's niche appeal.

“Given Palin’s ardent following throughout the country, digital cinema allows us to be extremely precise and efficient in our distribution strategy, bringing this much-anticipated film directly to interested theatre-goers," Jonathan Dern, President of Cinedigm Entertainment Group, said in a statement.



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