Joe Drake's Senator International has concluded a second multiple-territory deal with Columbia Pictures on Luis Mandoki's action thriller 24 Hours starring Charlize Theron, Kevin Bacon, Courtney Love and Stuart Townsend.

Columbia had already struck a deal for North America, Spain, Latin America, Benelux, Asia (excluding Japan), Greece, Portugal, Middle East and Turkey, and has now taken rights for the UK, France, Italy and Scandinavia.

Senator International has also sold the film to Nu Metro in South Africa, Central Partnership in CIS, Vision in Eastern Europe and Samfilm in Iceland.

The film tells the story of a doctor and his wife whose daughter is abducted by a group of professional kidnappers. It is fully financed by Senator Entertainment which produced with The Canton Co, Propaganda Films and Mandolin Entertainment.

Senator has also completed sales of the German hit Das Experiment and teen horror movie The Pool to Belga in French- and Dutch-speaking Benelux, to Nu Vision in Latin America, Forum Film in Israel, Central Partnership in CIS, Shinabro in South Korea, Prooptiki in Greece, PT Amero Mitra in Indonesia, Digital Right in Thailand and Pinema in Turkey.

Manga just bought Das Experiment for Spain, while Nu Metro in South Africa and Tot Media in Spain bought The Pool.