Green-Light has completed a multi-territory deal with Universal Pictures Intl. in Benelux, Scandinavia, Latin America, Hungary, Poland, India, Indonesia and Iceland. In addition, the company has sold Germany and Switzerland to Ascot Elite, the U.K. to Signature, the Middle East to Shootings and Turkey to Filmdom.
“Coming to our first market with such a great title has been the perfect way to start our new company,” said president of Green-Light Intl. Christian de Gallegos. “The enthusiasm we’ve seen from buyers is exciting and reassuring for the space we’re looking to fill in the marketplace.”
Shooting recently wrapped in Virginia.
Daniel Ragussis is directing “Imperium,” which follows Radcliffe’s character, a special agent with the FBI who specializes in domestic terrorism and covert operations. Radcliffe’s character goes undercover and joins a white supremacist group in order to expose a sizable terrorist plot to create a bomb.
Collette portrays a veteran battle-hardened colleague and Letts is playing a leader of the white supremacy movement.
The script was co-written by Ragussis and former FBI agent Mike German, whose counterterrorism activities inspired the movie’s plot.
The film is produced by Atomic Features and Tycor Intl. Film Co.’s Ty Walker, Dennis Lee and Simon Taufique. Exec producers include Andrew Mann, Jeff Elliott, Chad Moore, Barry Brooker and Stan Wertlieb in addition to Eric Gold and Warren Goz of Sculptor Media.
Green-Light is also selling James Lapine’s drama/thriller “Custody,” starring Viola Davis, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Hayden Panettiere and Ellen Burstyn; and sci-fi/horror movie “Antibirth,” starring Natasha Lyonne, Chloe Sevigny, Meg Tilly and Mark Webber.