Sales outfit Arclight has revealed a first look at Deep Water which you can view above. The new survival thriller is directed by Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger, Deep Blue Sea, Lionsgate’s upcoming The Strangers: Chapter 1), and stars Aaron Eckhart (The Bricklayer), and Sir Ben Kingsley (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings).
Actors Aaron Eckhart (The Bricklayer, The Dark Knight) and Sir Ben Kingsley (Spider In The Web, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) are tapped to star in Deep Water, a new epic survial thriller from director Renny Harlin lauching at EFM from Arclight Films.
One other upcoming prospect for action fans will be the release of Chief Of Station, from director Jesse V. Johnson. Deadline reported on Thursday that Vertical Entertainment has nabbed the pic and will release the film in May.
Director Renny Harlin’s adaptation of Noah Boyd’s 2010 novel gets new life with the official trailer for Aaron Eckhart thriller, The Bricklayer. Hannah Weg and Matt Johnson adapted the screenplay marking the latest for Eckhart in his continued output of titles proliferating him as an action star going into the new year, with a day-and-date release set for January 4.
John Stalberg Jr.’s new crime thriller sees Aaron Eckhart teaming up with an itchy German Sheperd to solve crime their way in Muzzle. RLJE Films is out with the official trailer and key artwork which you can view at the bottom of the page.
Filmmaker Mark Earl Burman hasn’t solo-directed a full feature in more than twenty-five years, but he’s worked within capacity as a producer on dozens of titles in addition to several more acting and screenwriting credits. His sophomore effort treads familiar territory for fans of compelling military and survival dramas with Ambush, tracking back to 1966 during the Vietnam War with the story of a mission gone awry.
Mark Burman’s new war thriller, Ambush, guarantees some explosive action to come now with an official trailer on hand. Burman directs from a script he wrote along with Johnny Lozano and Michael McClung, with Saban Films slating an Digital, On-Demand and theatrical release for February 24.
Director John Stalberg Jr.’s new crime thriller, Muzzle is well on the way after wrapping principal photography last month and we’ve since been given a first look photo which you can view above.
Aaron Eckhart will star in Muzzle, the new thriller from director/producer John Stalberg Jr. (Lionsgate’s Crypto). The film is set to shoot in July from a script by Carlyle Eubank (Focus Features’ The Signal), and storied by Eubank and Stalberg Jr., with co-financing by Los Angeles-based sales company Highland Film Group who are also handling worldwide rights at the upcoming European Film Market.
Renny Harlin is set to direct action thriller The Bricklayer, casting Aaron Eckhart in the latest update since the project began brewing ten years ago as a Gerard Butler vehicle, according to Deadline’s Andreas Wiseman on Friday. Production is set to commence in March at Millenium Media’s new Nu Boyana Studios’ locations in Greece and Bulgaria.
AMBUSH: Aaron Eckhart Action Thriller Announces Fall Shoot In Colombia With Three More Added To Cast
Mark Earl Burman (Dog Eat Dog) is set to direct action thriller, Ambush, as announced by Highland Film Group and Saban Films on Thursday. Highland is handling international sales on the movie which will shoot this Fall on-location in Colombia, amid strict compliance with Covid-19 health guidelines to ensure the cast and crew’s well-being.
It’s taken a bit of time for this movie to happen considering stunt professionals Darrin Prescott and Wade Allen were once tapped to helm Live! in its previous version years ago.
It’s been a few years since news of this film stirred about but word out of Toronto has it that Escape Plan 2: Hades helmer Steven C. Miller’s Line Of Duty is setting up a November release from Saban Films.
Marauders and Extraction helmer Steven C. Miller will go before cameras in Alabama next month to helm The Solution Group’s action thriller, Live!. Borys Kit’s exclusive at The Hollywood Reporter confirms the news which sees Miller replacing award winning second unit action directors/stunt coordinators Darrin Prescott and Wade Allen for what would have been their directorial debut.
Eckhart retains his involvement on the film since 2015, starring now alongside Mad Max: Fury Road co-star Courtney Eaton for the story of Kyle Penny, a disgraced cop with only eighty minutes to live while in search of the police commisioner’s after daughter trapped somewhere in the city. With her abductor dead and a serial killer on his tale, his only hope lies with a young, ambitious reporter who wishes to film his chase with a live camera streaming in real-time for the world to see.
Jeremy Drysdale penned the script. Myles Nestel, Craig Chapman, and Skip Williamson are producing with Martin Sprock, Chris Tuffin and Renee Tab. Adam Goldworm is among the executive producers listing Phil Hunt, Ryan R. Johnson, Compton Ross and Tiffany Stone.
Miller’s next release will be the long-awaited Escape Plan 2: Hades, which currently awaits a date.