The film stars Danny Dyer and Tamar Hassan.

UK distribution outfit Metrodome has snapped up UK and Eire rights for The Last Seven, the latest collaboration between actors Danny Dyer and Tamar Hassan.

The deal was negotiated between Head ofAcquisitions and Production James Brown, Business Affairs Kate Edwards and CEO Mark Webster for Metrodome directly with The Last Seven’s producer Simon Phillips.

The Last Seven follows on from Dead Man Running, which also starred Dyer and Hassan and has proved
a resounding home entertainment hit (with 100,000 units shifted to date, in two months), The new film
again sees the two actors playing characters in a post-apocalyptic London based thriller, where survival against the toughest odds imaginable is the name of the game.

Metrodome Distribution will release The Last Seven later in the year.

Jezz Vernon, Head of Distribution for Metrodome Distribution, said: “Danny and Tamer have a massive fan base who are always eagerly awaiting their next release. We are very excited to be releasing The Last Seven, an all-action British thriller that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats.”