TrickCandle pacts with Han Shi

Pic deal worth $10 million

TrickCandle Prods. has signed a $10 million dollar deal with the Han Shi Group of China to produce a slate of three to five films over the next three years.

Tom Malloy, president of TCP, made the announcement Wednesday. The films will be produced by Malloy and will be shot in Los Angeles.

Han Shi Group, founded by Yuan Yuan Han and Lei Li, is part of the Dahan World Media Co.

First film in TCP’s slate is “Sprawl,” written by Domenic Migliore and directed by Dean Ronalds with “America’s Next Top Model” winner Nicole Fox starring. Malloy and Brian Ronalds will produce, with shooting starting Oct. 25 in Los Angeles.

TCP is also producing a yet-to-be-named thriller produced by Malloy with Tom Holland (“Fright Night”) directing from his own script. Shooting will begin Nov. 28 in Los Angeles. Malloy’s producing credits include “The Alphabet Killer.”

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