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Be sure to bring your checkbook to Sundance on Sunday. Because director Kevin Smith is publicly auctioning off the rights to his religious horror film, Red State, according to Variety.

Smith has been talking about this for months, and it seems he’s serious. The film’s producer, Jonathan Gordon, told the trade that a deal will be made for the $4 million film before they leave the theater.

Image Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesRed State is scheduled to screen at 6:30 Sunday at the Eccles Theatre and then the bidding will begin. Out in the open. While a church-group protests outside. And a pro-Smith group protests that protest. No wonder tickets alone were going for $400 on eBay.

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