STXfilms and AGC Studios sign “Universe Most Wanted” deal

STXfilms has chosen Dave Botista’s science fiction adventure Most wanted in the universe USA, Great Britain and India under a contract with AGC Studios and CAA Media Finance.

Production is scheduled to begin in Melbourne, Australia in late July. The roadshow is distributing the film in Australia and New Zealand and the film Victoria is supporting the production.

Brad Pitton (The angerAnd this San Andres) F. From Frazier’s landscape (xXx: Xander Cage Returns) And about a small town Jimmy Lowrey gets a big surprise when a spaceship with the most wanted and dangerous criminals in the universe crashes into the backyard.

The sheriff and his son soon become heroes as they help an inter-national peacekeeper (Butista) escape a ragged group of foreign prisoners and take them out of the world.

Bitcon produces from ASAP with Jeff Fierson via ASAP Entertainment. Bautista (Army of the Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy, Sand Dunes) Via Dream Bros. Entertainment, Dream Bros. with Jonathan Meissner and Stuart Ford, president of AGC Studios. Miguel Palos Jr. and Linda McDonough are executive producers along with Carsten Lorenz.

The agreement is based on the STX-AGC relationship after their partnership QuinbinusNext comedy with Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell Baptist, Vince Vaughn, Baby Rexa and Paul Walter Hauser. The deal also brings back Team STX with Bautista who played the title role Spy, Which debuted on Amazon Prime and inspired development in the sequel.

AGC announced international sales on the title already launched in Virtual AFM. Went to Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Constantine film); France (metropolis); Latin America, Spain, Italy and Portugal (Vertical Cine); Canada (photo height); CIS and the Baltic States (Volga Film); Benelux (Researcher); Eastern Europe and Turkey (SPI International); Middle East (Salim Ramia & Company); Israel (united king); South Africa (Empire Entertainment); And airlines (Eco Lake Entertainment).

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In Asia, science fiction films were sold to South Korea (Joy En Cinema); Taiwan (Long Shong International); Thailand (Sahamongkolfilm); Hong Kong (Panorama Entertainment); And the Philippines (Pioneer Films).

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