Nat Wolff and Alexander Skarsgard are starring in Dan Krauss's feature film adaptation of his documentary “The Kill Team.” Based on true events, “The Kill Team” tells the story of a young American…
The Kill Team
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Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Dan Krauss' “The Kill Team,” four months after the movie won the documentary grand jury prize at the Tribeca Film Festival…
John Moore, director of "A Good Day to Die Hard," has come on board Africa-set action project "The Englishman" with Foresight Unlimited and Envision Entertainment producing and financing.
Kino Lorber has acquired North American rights to the documentary “The Trials of Muhammad Ali,” which premiered in April at the Tribeca Film Festival. “Trials” will open in New York on Aug. 23 at the…
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