Trigger Street near first-look deal with Sony

'Social Network' banner negotiating two-year agreement

Riding some of the momentum it gathered during awards season, Trigger Street Prods. is negotiating for a two-year, first-look deal with Sony Pictures.

Sources tell Variety that the company, run by Dana Brunetti and Kevin Spacey, will remain at its downtown L.A. location. The shingle currently has a first-look TV deal with HBO. Sony released Trigger Street pics including 2008’s “21” and last year’s “The Social Network.”

Brunetti was one of five producers on the Aaron Sorkin-penned project. Exec first optioned Ben Mezrich’s tome “The Accidental Billionaires,” which inspired the film, before the book was finished. Pic went on to gross more than $220 million worldwide.

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