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Zach Braff’s crowdfunded ‘Wish I Was Here’ reportedly bought for $2.75 million

20
Jan
2014

According to Variety, the distribution rights to Wish I Was Here — the second film written and directed by actor Zach Braff after 2004s Garden State — have been purchased by Focus Features in a deal worth $2.75 million. Deadline reports the comedy drama will reach 500 screens on its theatrical release in the US. The movie, co-written by Braffs brother Adam, was partially funded by Kickstarter. Braff took to the crowdfunding site in April last year with a goal of raising $2 million. The movie was reportedly purchased by Focus Features for $2.75 million

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