Anchor Bay enters Dolph Lundgren's Battle Of The Damned
Anchor Bay has snapped up US, Australian and New Zealand rights to Battle Of The Damned from Bleiberg Entertainment’s Compound B.
Bleiberg has closed multiple territories on the futuristic tale starring Dolph Lundgren about survivors of a test facility meltdown who are hunted by infected hordes and malfunctioning robots.
Christopher Hatton directed from his own screenplay and produced with Ehud Bleiberg and Leon Tong. Nicholas Donnermeyer and Lundgren served as executive producers. Bleiberg and Giulia Prenna negotiated the deal.
Rights have gone to the UK (Momentum/eOne), Canada (VVS), Germany (Tiberius), France (AB Groupe), Latin America (Gussi), Italy (Minerva), CIS and Baltics (Carmen), Japan (Klockworx), South Korea (JoyNContents) and Eastern Europe (Monolith).
Deals have also closed with the Middle East (Eagle Films), Turkey (Daro), Greece (Feelgood), Israel (United King), South Africa (Daro), Thailand (M Pictures), Malaysia (Suraya) and the Phillippines (Solar).
As previously reported Anchor Bay and Bleiberg will unite on Kill ‘Em All, John! starring Steve Austin, which is set to shoot later this summer.