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Lionsgate Picks Up Thriller Feature ‘Escape The Field’, Sets Multiplatform Release

EXCLUSIVE: Lionsgate has taken North American and UK rights to Emerson Moore’s characteristic film directorial debut Fetch away the Arena.

The psychological thriller finds six strangers who unsleeping in a faraway, never-ending cornfield, stripped of their possessions and left with reputedly random objects, starting from an mature revolver with a single bullet to an antique lantern. As klaxon sirens blare in the gap and traps appear at every flip, the community realizes they’ve been plunged into a cat-and-mouse sport with an unseen harmful, and survival depends upon on solving a diabolical — and lethal — puzzle. The pic is scheduled for a multi-platform release this Could well.

Moreover written by Moore, Joshua Dobkin and Sean Wathen, the film stars Shane West (Gotham), Theo Rossi (Appropriate Account), Jordan Claire Robbins (The Umbrella Academy), Tahira Sharif (The Haunting of Bly Manor), Julian Feder (The Doorman) and Elena Juatco (Jann).

Jason Moring and Michael Philip non-public below their Cr8iv DNA banner, at the side of Moore below his Anacapa Pictures.

The deal became negotiated by Jason Moring on behalf of the filmmaking crew at the side of Lauren Bixby and Allison Lynch from Lionsgate

“I’m thrilled to be working with Lionsgate – they’ve been huge companions in serving to our film reach the widest that it’s doubtless you’ll perhaps well imagine viewers,” acknowledged Moore. “It’s animated to grab that we’ll be ready to part what we’ve had up our sleeve with audiences valid thru the U.S. and UK.”

“We’re impressed by the nonstop rigidity Emerson created on this film,” acknowledged Lauren Bixby, VP Acquisitions at Lionsgate. “For any moviegoer who enjoys a thriller with inescapable fear, Fetch away the Arena may perhaps well be pleased you on the fringe of your seat.”

DDI would be handling world gross sales valid thru EFM.

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