Thriller follows people who've purchased guns
Emre Sahin has come onboard to direct ensemble drama-thriller “Seven Days Waiting” for Davis Entertainment and Brad Jensen.Project, set up last year with the logline kept under wraps, follows a war vet suffering from PTSD, a financial executive contemplating suicide and a young woman seeking revenge for a past crime. Their lives intersect during a seven-day waiting period following the purchase of a firearm. Script is by Jeff Bacon, Joe Davidson and Jordan Capell. Derek Dauchy will oversee the project for Davis. Benderspink is exec producing. Sahin is a Turkish-American multihyphenate who directed and wrote 2010’s “40,” a drama thriller set in Istanbul with three strangers crossing paths to obtain a bag of ill-gotten cash. Davis has a long-standing first-look deal at Fox. Recent productions include “Chronicle,” “Mr. Popper’s Penguins,” “Predators” and “Gulliver’s Travels” for the studio. Sahin is repped by CAA and the Gotham Group.
Want Entertainment News First? Sign up for Variety Alerts and Newsletters!