Director Kevin Reynolds, whose “Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves” is due out through Warner Bros. June 14, has linked with Carolco Pictures under a one-year first-look agreement.
According to Reynolds’ agent, Mike Simpson of the William Morris Agency, there’s no set price for the term of the deal. Instead, Simpson said, the fees will be negotiated on a picture-by-picture basis.
At Carolco, Reynolds joins a director’s roster that also includes Oliver Stone, Alan J. Pakula, James Cameron, Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Adrian Lyne and Renny Harlin.
Reynolds has yet to decide on his next project.
Carolco officials said no pics have been assigned under the new deal, but it is known that Reynolds is one of the directors being considered for the company’s recently acquired pirate project, “Cutthroat Island.”
“Cutthroat Island” is scripted by Michael Beckner and is to be produced by Laurence Mark, Jim Gorman and John Baldecchi, and is destined to be a big-budget film.