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Amber Heard’s ‘All The Boys Love Mandy Lane’ Gets A New Trailer [Video]

The Amber Heard horror flick All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is finally getting a proper release in the United States. A new trailer for the long-delayed movie recently arrived online.

Although the project wrapped way back in 2006, director Jonathan Levine’s slasher flick has been sitting on a shelf for nearly seven years. Since Heard is becoming a big name in Hollywood, the folks at Radius-TWC have decided to drop the movie into theaters and on VOD.

Amber Heard stars as Mandy Lane, a teenage wallflower who suddenly becomes the object of every boy’s affection. When she’s invited to a party at a secluded ranch, a number of her potential suitors wind up dead. Is Mandy killing the guys or is someone else responsible for these horrible murders?

If trekking to the theater to see All the Boys Love Mandy Lane sounds like a bad idea, then you could always stay home and watch the flick in the comfort of your own home. The movie will arrive on VOD around a month before it hits cinemas.

Curious fans have already discovered several illegal ways of seeing the flick during those seven years. The movie has been widely available on torrent sites and digital storage lockers for quite some time now. It remains to be seen if this will have any affect on its box office performance.

Despite the long delay, Jonathan Levine has moved on to several successful cinematic projects. He recently directed the hit zombie comedy Warm Bodies starring Nicholas Hoult and the Joseph Gordon-Levitt drama 50/50.

Heard has also enjoyed a bit of success following the completion of All the Boys Love Mandy Lane. The actress stared in such notable efforts as And Soon the Darkness, Drive Angry, The Rum Diary, and the Liam Hemsworth thriller Paranoia. She can found next in Machete Kills.

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, which stars Amber Heard, Anson Mount, and Michael Welch, opens in select theaters on October 11.

[Image via Radius-TWC]

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