Yarek Danielak's Arsenal Pictures has closed key territories on the Rifkin-Eberts and A-Mark Entertainment titles Stag starring Kip Pardue and Night Train starring Danny Glover.

Rights to both films have sold in Germany (Koch Media), Mexico (Gussi), Brazil (Playarte), Greece (Audiovisual), the Middle East (Phars), and Turkey (Umut).

Los Angeles-based Danielak said he was expecting to close deals in the UK and Scandinavia shortly.

Stag is the fourth and final title in Danielak's four-film deal with the producers. Kip Pardue and Breckin Meyer star in the tale of friends at a bachelor party who wind up being pursued through the New York subway by subterranean foes.

M Brian King's thriller Night Train recently wrapped production and stars Glover, Steve Zahn, Leelee Sobieski and Matthias Schweighofer.

The story follows the plight of four people aboard a train plunging into a blizzard on Chistmas Eve whose lives are changed forever when an eccentric passenger dies and leaves behind a mysterious wooden box.

Both films were produced by A-Mark's Bruce McNall, Steve Markoff, Harmon Kaslow, and Mike Marvin, Red Rover's Todd Traina, and Filmtiger's Michael Philip.

Rifkin-Eberts is currently in production on Ben Ramsey's mixed Martial Arts film Blood And Bone with Michael Jai White, Julian Sands and Nona Gaye. Their roster includes the horror title Timber Falls. Arsenal is selling both.