CONTENT TAKES “400 DAYS”
It was announced today that Content Film, the worldwide sales arm of Content Media Corporation Ltd., has acquired international sales rights to the high concept sci-fi thriller 400 DAYS, starring Caity Lotz (THE MACHINE, THE PACT, ARROW), Brandon Routh (SUPERMAN RETURNS, ARROW), Dane Cook (GOOD LUCK CHUCK, DAN IN REAL LIFE) and Ben Feldman (CLOVERFIELD, FRIDAY THE 13th, MAD MEN).
The film is written and directed by Matt Osterman (GHOST FROM THE MACHINE) and produced by Gabriel Cowan (CHEAP THRILLS) and John Suits (BAD MILO!).
Buyers will get their first glimpse of 400 DAYS in Toronto where exclusive, first time footage will be shown.
It was revealed earlier this week that the film will be distributed in North America and co-produced by XLrator Media.. The film is currently in post-production.
Content Film President Jamie Carmichael said, “Matt, Gabriel and John have done an outstanding job on 400 DAYS – it’s just the kind of high concept, sci-fi horror that can really break out.”
“Matt has penned a mind-bending screenplay that reminds us why we make movies to begin with.” says NAA’s Gabriel Cowan. “Its complete sense of awe, mystery, and character grabbed us right away. And the crazy reality is that NASA and the European Space Agency are conducting these types of psychological experiments in preparation for the manned mission to Mars right now.”
MOON meets THE DIVIDE in 400 DAYS, a terrifying, high-concept, sci-fi thriller - with a killer ensemble cast. In preparation for a journey into deep space, a group of 4 astronauts spend 400 days in an incredibly realistic space capsule simulator - only to discover that their mission may not be as simulated as they were led to believe.
Content Film to Sell '400 Days' Internationally
Thursday, August 28, 2014 by Iris with
Content Media Corp's film division, Content Film, has acquired international sales rights to 400 Days starring Brandon Routh, Dane Cook, Caity Lotz ("Arrow"), and Ben Feldman ("Mad Men," "Drop Dead Diva"). Content Film will be showing first footage from the sci-fi thriller to buyers in Toronto - at the Toronto International Film Festival, perhaps?