Michael Ohoven’s Infinity Media (“Capote”) has set up mystery/thriller “Invisible,” penned by David Elliot (“Four Brothers”) with Lance Larson directing.
Elliot’s story, inspired by Ralph Ellison’s “Invisible Man,” revolves around an ingenious bank heist and a female cop’s obsessive pursuit of a mysterious and charismatic con man.
Ohoven will produce with Brandye James, who developed the script with Larson. James recently joined Infinity as VP of Production and Development.
Infinity is also casting “Back Roads,” an adaptation of Tawni O’Dell’s bestseller, and developing “Hailwood,” based on the life of British motorcycle champ Mike Hailwood and “Winalota Cash,” based on the true story of the first African-American to win the All American Futurity.
Ohoven recently produced Lionsgate’s “Pride,” starring Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac for release March 23, and “Bug,” directed by William Friedkin and starring Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon for release in May. He’s also hired Ariana Mufson as director of development and extended a development deal with writer/producer Paul Pender.