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New Trailer for Hunt Game with MICKEY ROURKE and MENA SUVARI

Uncork’d Entertainment has acquired all-star action thriller HUNT CLUB starring Oscar Nominees Mena Suvari (American Beauty, American Pie) and Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler, The Expendables) for a release.  Rourke and Suvari previously co-starred in Tony Scott’s Domino in 2005. 

Elizabeth Blake-Thomas directs the pic, penned by David Lipper and John F. Saunders with Lipper joining his partner Robert A. Daly Jr. in producing through their Latigo Films banner. Joining them as producers are Mark Lester, Keli Price, and Kipp Tribble. Kimberly Hines executive produced. 

Maya Stojan (“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”), Casper Van Dien (The Daughter), Will Peltz (13 Minutes), Jessica Belkin (‘’The Orville’’), Jeremy London (Demigod), Jason London (The Rage : Carrie 2), David Lipper (“Frequency”) and Kipp Tribble (ReBroken) also feature in the MOST DANGEROUS GAME-esque feature. 

Cassandra (Suvari) just lost her girlfriend and daughter and is desperate to find help. In walks Carter offering her the chance to win $100k if she participates in the hunt on his island. She soon finds other women who are there for the cash have been tied up, only to be released as the hunted. With the help of Tessa and Lexi, Cassandra turns the tables on the men showing that women can be better hunters. 

“We’re extremely stoked to be releasing this very hot tale of survival and revenge, with it’s exciting storyline and an incredibly gritty performance by Mena Suvari in the lead role.” said Keith Leopard, President Uncork’d Entertainment. “The action never lets up. Very excited for fans of the genre to see it.”  

Says director Blake-Thomas, whose previous films include Just Swipe and Maybe I’m Fine.  “This film was different from some of my past works, as it dealt more with stunts and adult themes. Working with stunt coordinators and stunt doubles, as well as actors doing their own stunts, was such fun. Experiencing the sort of dance that comes with stunts was a new aspect that I am happy to add to my directing repertoire.” 

David Lipper negotiated the deal on behalf of the film team with Keith Leopard of Uncork’d Entertainment.