Company will bring the revenge thriller, starring Pierce Brosnan, to Berlin to begin pre-sales.
Ealing Metro International has boarded Last Man Out, adapted from Stuart Neville’s novel The Twelve.
Terry Loane’s revenge thriller stars Pierce Brosnan as former IRA hit-man who is released from prison but remains haunted by the memory of his past victims and decides until he takes revenge on their behalf. Craig Ferguson and Ted Mulkerin adapted the script from Neville’s best-selling novel.
Last Man Out is produced by Ferguson, Steve Clark-Hall, Beau St. Clair, Rebecca Tucker and Jonathan Loughran and is due to start shooting at the end of 2013. Additional cast is expected to be announced soon.
Ealing Metro International will be taking the film to Berlin to begin its pre-sales campaign.
Also on their Berlin slate is comedy Better Living Through Chemistry starring Sam Rockwell which will have its market premiere screening, as well as Half of a Yellow Sun and Nina, both of which are in post-production.
The company are also brining three pre-production titles to Berlin: war film Destroyer, Julian Fellowes’ adaption of Agatha Christie’s Crooked House and Bailout starring Jack Black, all of which are scheduled for production later in 2013.