'John Wick' Producers in Leonine Output Deal

'John Wick' and 'Sicario' producers Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee, through their Asbury Park Pictures label, signed an output deal with Germany's Leonine Studios.

1/27/2021 2:01:00 PM

'John Wick' and 'Sicario' producers Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee, through their Asbury Park Pictures label, have signed an output deal with German mini-major Leonine Studios. Details:

'John Wick' and 'Sicario' producers Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee, through their Asbury Park Pictures label, signed an output deal with Germany's Leonine Studios.

Tim Rue/Corbis'John Wick' and 'Sicario' producers Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee, through their Asbury Park Pictures label, have signed an output deal with German mini-major Leonine Studios.Asbury Park Pictures, the U.S.-based production group from

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John WickandSicarioproducers Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee, has signed an output deal with German mini-major Leonine Studios, giving Leonine exclusive German-language rights to Asbury Park's upcoming slate of mid-budget action titles.Iwanyk and Lee launched Asbury Park late last year as a joint venture between Iwanyk's Thunder Road Films and Redbox Entertainment, with the goal of producing a dozen high-concept action and thriller films in the $10 million — $12 million range over the next three years. The slate is targeting a gap in the international market left by the major studios, which have scaled back the production of mid-range genre titles.

Producer Mike Gabrawy (Hotel Mumbai) is tasked with running the Asbury Park label. Redbox will handle domestic distribution on the Asbury Park slate through its system of DVD rental kiosks and on-demand streaming service.The first film to go into production will be headtopics.com

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