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‘Hobo With a Shotgun’s’ Jason Eisener to Direct Thriller for Fede Alvarez

“Hobo With a Shotgun” director Jason Eisener is attached to an untitled techno thriller produced by Bad Hombre, the new production company formed by Fede Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues.

The thriller will be written by Simon Barrett, whose credits include “Blair Witch,” “The Guest,” “You’re Next,” and “A Horrible Way to Die.” The logline is being kept under wraps.

The project will executive produced by Jay Basu along with Nathan Kahane, Joe Drake, and Erin Westerman of Good Universe.

Eisener’s credits include “The ABCs of Death” and “V/H/S/2.” Basu is currently working with Alvarez on Sony’s “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” the follow-up to “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” and on the TriStar/Jim Henson Co. rebirth of “Labyrinth.”

Alvarez directed 2013’s “Evil Dead,” which grossed nearly $100 million worldwide, and “Don’t Breathe,” starring Stephen Lang, which topped $150 million worldwide. Bad Hombre was formed by Good Universe and Alvarez in February to produce films in the horror, thriller, and sci-fi genres.

Barrett is represented by Stuart Manashil and Todd Rubenstein at Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein Kohner & Gellman. Eisener is represented by CAA and Kim Stenton at Myman Greenspan. Basu is represented by UTA, Josh Varney at 42, Kaplan/Perrone and Peter Nichols and David Jelenko at Lichter Grossman Nichols Adler & Feldman.

Bad Hombre, Alvarez, and Sayagues are represented by Stuart Manashil and attorney Karl Austen at Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austen Mandelbaum Morris & Klein. Dan Freedman of Good Universe negotiated the deals on behalf of producers.

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