Elvis and Point Break star Luke Bracey has wrapped under-the-radar psychological thriller Mercy Road, written and directed by John Curran (Chappaquiddick).
Bracey will play a flawed everyman who commits an impulsive and vicious crime. In his journey to redemption, he learns just how far he is willing to go to save his child. Above is a first look at the film. The Chris Pelletier and Jesse Heffring script also stars Susie Porter (Cargo), Huw Higginson (The Nightingale) and Toby Jones (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy). The film is produced by Arclight Films’ Gary Hamilton, Ying Ye and Michelle Krumm with filmmaker Alex Proyas (I, Robot), Penny Karlin and Daniaile Jarry also producers.
Arclight Films is handling international rights and is launching sales on the completed film at the European Film Market. Arclight Films is jointly representing North American rights with CAA Media Finance. According to producers, the project is the first fully virtual Australian feature film shoot, produced in partnership with Proyas’ virtual film production company, Heretic Foundation. The production included performing real time in camera compositing on set and was shot against specially created LED screens to capture the world of the film through Unreal Engine. The film is produced with Hianlo Films and financed by Rainmaker Films, Icon Film Financing, Media Finance Capital utilizing Screen NSW PDV scheme and Filmology Finance.
“Mercy Road really pushes the boundaries of new technology and its innovation has delivered. By adapting our original production plan and utilizing virtual production, we had 100% control of the environment which meant a faster shooting schedule and a safer space for the actors and crew to work in,” said producer Michelle Krumm. Director John Curran, who is also known for Tracks and We Don’t Live Here Anymore, added: “The film is a man’s reckoning in the final hour of his life. Luke is phenomenal as a man on the edge of sanity.”
“Mercy Road is a gripping thriller vividly brought to life by our amazing director, John Curran. The film’s star Luke Bracey is such an exceptional talent who simply ignites the screen and brings the audience along for a wild ride. This is a visually stunning and unique film that utilizes cutting-edge technology, which is incredibly appealing to worldwide buyers,” commented Arclight Films’ Gary Hamilton.
ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with Maybe I Do stars Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey about the upcoming comedy movie, which will be in theaters nationwide on January 27. The duo discussed balancing comedy with moving moments.
“Michelle and Allen have reached the point in their relationship to take the next steps toward marriage. Thinking it is a good idea to invite their parents to finally meet, they set a dinner and make it a family affair,” says the synopsis. “To everyone’s surprise, the affair takes on a whole new meaning as the parents already know each other all too well – they’ve been cheating on their spouses for months…with each other. Trapped in this precarious predicament, they try to hide their dalliances from the kids while confronting their spouse’s lovers head-on. Let the games begin!”
The stacked multi-generational romantic comedy Maybe I Do, starring Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon and a host of others, has sold to a bunch of key international territories.
The flick, written and directed by Oscar nominee Michael Jacobs (Quiz Show), has been acquired for the UK (Signature Entertainment), South Africa (Empire Entertainment), France (Originals Factory), Greece (Spentzos Film), Italy (Eagle Pictures), Portugal (Lusomundo), Scandinavia (Mis Label), Spain (YouPlanet Pictures and Beta Fiction), Turkey (Bir Film), Eastern Europe (Vertical), Baltics (Acme), Israel (United King), Latin America (IDC and Muchos Amigos Pictures).
The film’s plot follows Michelle and Allen who have reached the point in their relationship where they are considering the next steps and decide to invite their parents to finally meet. The parents already know each other well – really well – leading to distinct and defining opinions about the value of marriage.
The stacked ensemble features Diane Keaton (Annie Hall), Richard Gere (American Gigolo), Susan Sarandon (Thelma and Louise), William H. Macy (Fargo), Emma Roberts (We’re the Millers), and Luke Bracey (Elvis).
Meet the world’s last defense. One Army captain must use her years of tactical training and military expertise when a simultaneous coordinated attack threatens the remote missile interceptor station she is in command of. Elsa Pataky and Luke Bracey star in INTERCEPTOR, directed by Matthew Reilly. Watch on Netflix June 3.
Michelle and Allen are in a relationship. They decide to invite their parents to finally meet about marriage. Turns out, the parents already know one another well, which leads to some differing opinions about marriage.
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