David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars gets multiple sales in Cannes

Entertainment One sold the upcoming thriller to distributors in the Benelux, Poland, Iceland, Switzerland and Portugal.

The Benelux rights to David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars have been picked up by Cineart, while Monolith has bought the picture for Poland.

Those sales came as Entertainment One racks up territorial sales in Cannes for the upcoming thriller to shoot in Toronto and Los Angeles in July.

Elsewhere, Mis Label picked up Maps to the Stars for Scandinavia,  Gmight took the rights for Iceland, PatheAG for Switzerland, Lusomundo grabbed the rights for Portugal.

The film from co-financiers Entertainment One and Martin Katz’s Prospero Pictures has also been sold to Calinos for Turkey, Israel’s Shani, Greece’s Hollywood distribution outfit and Discovery for the former Yugoslavia.

Entertainment One confirms deals are near to being completed for the C.I.S., the Middle East, India, Hong Kong, Brazil, Mexico and Peru.

Maps to the Stars stars Julianne Moore, John Cusack and Robert Pattinson and Sarah Gadon.

Entertainment One is handling worldwide sales and distribution for the project, which was launched in Cannes.