Anyway, the festival's Alice In The City sidebar unveiled their youth-oriented lineup ahead of the official festival slate which will come on Wednesday. The programming mostly includes a foreign film-heavy list as you might expect, but Disney will also be using the fest for the international premiere of their video game movie "Wreck-It-Ralph." Meanwhile, Warner Bros. will be showing off footage from what they hope will be their own "Twilight"-esque franchise, "Beautiful Creatures."
These movies join the previously announced "Bullet To The Head" in making their way to Rome with a number of high-profile (and longshot) titles rumored including: "Django Unchained," "Playing For Keeps," Gus Van Sant's "Promised Land," Tom Hooper's "Les Miserables" and more. We'll find out soon. The Rome Film Festival runs from November 9-17. [THR]