Tate Taylor’s ‘Breaking News in Yuba County’ Picked Up by MGM for Relaunched American International Pictures Banner

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Tate Taylor’s “Breaking News in Yuba County” starring Allison Janney has been acquired by MGM’s Worldwide Distribution and Acquisitions, and the studio will release the film under the newly relaunched banner American International Pictures. “Breaking News in Yuba County” stars Janney alongside Mila Kunis, Regina Hall, Awkwafina, Wanda Sykes, Matthew Modine, Ellen Barkin, Samira Wiley, Bridget Everett, Clifton Collins Jr., Jimmi Simpson and Juliette Lewis, and the film will open in theaters on Jan. 29, 2021. The AIP label will release “Breaking News in Yuba County,” the first under the banner, though MGM’s United Artists Releasing will handle the theatrical rollout. In the future, AIP will be reserved for limited and digital acquisitions, and all the films under the AIP banner will be overseen by MGM across all downstream media. Also Read: Will 'Mom' Remain a Ratings Hit After Anna Faris Divorced Herself From CBS' Current Longest-Running Sitcom? “Breaking News in Yuba County” is a crime drama and thriller that stars Janney as an overlooked pencil pusher who catches her husband cheating on her, only for him to die of a heart attack from the shock of being caught. She then buries her husband and passes him off as missing,...

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