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November 5, 2016
 

XLrator Media Takes on Savage Dog

Here’s some rather good news from AFM; apparently Bleiberg Entertainment has virtually sold out worldwide rights to the Scott Adkins action thriller Savage Dog led by a US deal with XLrator Media. Screen Daily states: “The LA-based production and sales company has licensed Germany to Spirit/Koch Media, Latin America to California Filmes, Canada to VVS Films, the Middle East to Eagle Films and Turkey to Sinema, among others.

Only China and Hong Kong remain available on Savage Dog, which recently wrapped production and centres on a disgraced soldier-turned-prizefighter seeking vengeance in a lawless town in 1950s Indochina.

 

Joining Adkins on the cast are Marko Zaror, Cung Le and Juju Chan. Jesse V. Johnson directs from his own original screenplay.

Ehud Bleiberg, who produced Adkins’ Close Range, produced alongside Johnson and Charles Arthur Berg, while Adkins and Bleiberg’s Nicholas Donnermeyer are executive producers with Blacklist Digital’s Tims Johnson, Narbeh Tatoussian and Jon Lee Brody.”

I can’t wait to get a trailer for this movie; hopefully we’ll get a glimpse soon and expect a release date for 2017.

Source: Screen Daily



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Eoin Friel
Eoin Friel

I grew up watching JCVD, Sly and Arnold destroy bad guys, blow things up and spew one-liners like it’s a fashion statement. Action is everything I go to the movies for and the reason I came up with this site is to share my love for the genre with everyone.





 
 

 

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