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WE HAVE THE PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER action-thriller

A rich teenager’s house party turns into a deadly hostage situation when a group of first-time criminals discover the President’s daughter is among the party-goers.

Produced in partnership with Angus Lamont ('71, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS) of Crab Apple Films

Director:  Paul Wilmshurst (BAFTA & Emmy winner)

Casting Director:  Elaine Grainger (THE HITMAN'S BODYGUARD, JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT, LONDON HAS FALLEN, CRIMINAL)

Writer:  Abdulrahman Ugas

Production Budget:  $7.5M

Locations:  Belgium / Montreal (for Washington DC)

Principal Photography:  2020

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Don't Breathe

$157M / $10M

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Assault on Precinct 13

THE TARGETEER suspense-mission

The untold TRUE STORY of an infamous Army Targeteer's impossible task to find a kidnapped UK-national in the failed state of Somalia before she's killed.

Production Budget:  $15M

Principal Photography:  Spring 2020

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THE TARGETEER:
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KOPPEN horror psychological-thriller

Based on a TRUE STORY...

A modern, outsider mum must uncover the mystery of an ancient village and her dead husband's bloodline to save her young daughter from an evil acolyte. 

Writer:  Philip Wolff

Production Budget:  £2M

Principal Photography:  February 2020

Similar Titles (gross/budget):

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THE CALIPHATE spy action-thriller

After infiltrating the world’s most dangerous terrorist network, a CIA agent realises he’s been used by the network to facilitate what will be the most unique and devastating act of terrorism in history.

 

Production Budget:  £50M

Locations:  London/Washington DC/Paris/Dubai/Morocco

Principal Photography:  2022

Executive Producer:  Studio Motion Picture/TBD*

Cast:  TBD

Commercial Credence:

With the spy-action genre, never-seen-before content & ideas, set in a visually brilliant, energy-stunted, post-oil future, and a well-constructed, clever story lead by deep characters pulling each other in morally ambiguous directions, it will be an exciting commercial smash and cinematic great.  This is seen below from the similar genre titles.

It's CHARACTER DRIVEN, where female lead, ANDI (British MI6 spy) pulls male lead, JOHN (CIA spy) in a pragmatic but cynical direction and the mole John runs as a double agent in a terrorist cell (MOHIB, also John’s only friend) pulls him in an idealistic but perhaps deceptive one; it challenges their limits of basic human needs, where trust, friendship and love are all a weakness in the spy-world.

  • "This is an epic...I mean Matrix-sized EPIC!

                                                                                            Hollywoodscript.com

 

  • "Having read over 5,000 scripts, this has a lot of things I’ve never seen before…stretches the spy-film genre.”

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Carson Reeves, Scriptshadow, Hollywood

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Skyfall

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Mission Impossible:

Ghost Protocol

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$442M / $110M

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2006

$289M / $90M

LOVE+1 comedy romance

A hilarious and optimistic playboy in his 30s finds out he's terminally ill so decides to host his own funeral for one final party - it's at this point that he falls in love for the first time.

Production Budget:  £15M

Locations:  London/Paris

Principal Photography:  November 2020

 

Cast:  TBD

Inside the Industry:

  • Golden Globe winner & multi-Oscar nominated Ross Katz (director/producer):  "Exceptional!"

  • The Blacklist “a tear-jerker for sure! ...the type of script to get Hollywood executives and financiers interested.” 

  • Distributors, Ascot Elite gave it a “Strong Recommend on script alone.

 

  • Manuel Puro (cast Kevin Spacy and Sam Rockwell) said “A-list stars would love these roles; the script everyone is looking for!”

 

  • Director at Lionsgate, “priceless!

Commercial Credence:

 

The sub-genre of uplifting love with a tragic element has always brought a more commercial gain and memorable legacy versus straight romances or the traditional ‘romcoms’.

 

As per the industry responses to the LOVE+1 script, above, the apparent humour and obvious tragedy place this in a comparable bracket with the films below to earn large box office gross’ and then continual profit from DVD releases, VOD and regular TV play every Christmas.  

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The Notebook

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$102M / $29M

Titanic

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$2.19Bn / $200M

Ghost

1990

$518M / $22M

TV SERIES

SPY HOUSE 12 episodes (2 seasons), drama comedy

Director & Cast attached

In talks with Broadcasters

The UK's four contrasting intelligence agencies (MI5, MI6, GCHQ & Defence Intelligence) set up a task force in a covert residential HQ to save London from imminent destruction...

 

...a dysfunctional family of four spies, with three weeks, one mole and zero ethics.

This will then export to the US, not as a remake but as a 'parallel operation' with potential cross-over, where the US mirror organisations (CIA, FBI, NSA & DIA) similarly operate in Washington DC.

Locations:  London

Pilot Principal Photography:  2020 / 2021

Cast:  to be announced

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