Producers are Benderspink’s J.C. Spink, Chris Bender and Millennium’s Mark Gill. Plans are to begin shooting next year.
The script, written by Doug Cook and David Weisberg, is about a brain damaged criminal — implanted with the memories of a murdered operative — who must help the CIA defuse a ticking bomb when a hacker overtakes the U.S. government’s nuclear submarines.
Israel native Vromen’s “Iceman,” is the true story of mob killer Richard Kuklinski and stars Michael Shannon. Vromen co-wrote with Morgan Land and is based on Anthony Bruno’s book “The Iceman: The True Story of a Cold-Blooded Killer” and interview footage.
Cook and Weisberg are also teamed with Benderspink and Lorenzo di Bonaventura on a pair of projects at Lionsgate — “The Money Plane” and an untitled female spy movie. Vromen is repped by CAA.
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