The pact is aimed at strengthening Thunder Road’s financial capability to develop projects.
The companies are collaborating on “Ride of the Valkyries” and “No Quarter,” a drama about two Iraq War veterans written by Alessandro Camon and Michael Wilson.
During Cannes, Thunder Road’s Basil Iwanyk came on board the Egoli Tossell Films action-adventure “Ivanhoe” as a producer. Tossell is a subsidiary of Film House Germany.
“It all starts with the script, but the irony is that development money is the hardest to find,” Iwanyk said. “Christian and the team at Film House Germany understand that. We’ve had a great time working on our current mutual projects and look forward to many more.”
Thunder Road’s upcoming films include “The Expendables 3,” “Gods of Egypt” and “John Wick.”
Jonathan Fuhrman negotiated the deal on behalf of Thunder Road, which is repped by CAA, and lawyers P.J. Shapiro and Eric Sherman of Ziffren Brittenham LLP. Tara Moross of Cutting Edge Group helped broker the deal between Film House and Thunder Road.