Dolphin Leisure has acquired the rights to “Particular Supply,” an authentic screenplay written by Brian Hurwitz, and has connected Vaughn Stein to direct.
The pic tells the story of Jess, whose world comes crashing down round her when she aggressively rebuffs a member of a robust crime household. Her solely probability at survival is to drive from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and ship a mysterious package deal to a infamous gambler by midnight that day. It proves to be a activity simpler stated than carried out, as she’s chased by two totally different males, every motivated by greed and revenge. Confronted with unbelievable challenges and unlikely obstacles, the unknown contents of that package deal carry Jess face-to-face along with her worst private nightmare.
Emerson Davis, Dolphin’s vice chairman of improvement and manufacturing, is dealing with improvement of the challenge and can oversee manufacturing.
“’Particular Supply’ is an especially fast-paced, ticking-clock thriller,” stated Davis. “Brian’s quick-witted, rapid-fire dialogue provides a number of signature moments of levity to the edge-of-your-seats stress in ‘Particular Supply.’ It’s an awesome journey of a script, and we couldn’t have discovered a greater director than Vaughn along with his distinctive model constructed from a resume of sensible thrillers.”
Stein’s first function movie was thriller “Terminal,” which starred Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg and Mike Myers. His second movie, mystery-thriller “Inheritance,” was accepted into the Tribeca Movie Pageant this 12 months, and stars Lily Collins, Chace Crawford and Simon Pegg. Stein is presently in post-production on his third movie, “Each Breath You Take,” starring Casey Affleck, Sam Claflin and Michelle Monaghan.
“’Particular Supply’ is the proper pulp thriller; a deliciously darkish, subversive and kaleidoscopic movie with a vein of jet-black humor rippling by means of its core,” Stein stated. “It’s harking back to the movies that made me fall in love with cinema and I can’t wait to carry this outlandish and outrageous film to life.”
Stein is represented by UTA, Grandview and legal professional Michael Schenkman.