Peter Elson's Global Cinema Group is launching pre-sales on Ridley Scott-produced action film Six Bullets From Now, one of three titles the US sales outfit is handling for Los Angeles production operation Miracle Entertainment.
Stephen Kay, whose credits include The Last Time I Committed Suicide and Get Carter, is directing the story of a hotel heist in New York in 1972. Miracle president Jason Zelin said that the project is as yet independent of the Scott's new overall deal with 20th Century Fox. The Scott Free Productions and Miracle co-production will be co-produced by Scott Free's Lisa Ellzey and executive produced by Tony Scott.
Elson is pre-selling two further Miracle titles - Killing Pablo and Shinobi. Killing Pablo, which is being produced with Antonio Banderas' Green Moon Productions, will be directed by Gregory Nava (El Norte). Mark Bowden (Blackhawk Down) has written the screenplay based on his own novel about the manhunt for Pablo Escobar. Banderas is also attached to star in the film.
Shinobi is an epic drama set in 17th century Japan and written by Rudy Wurlitzer (Little Buddha) and Stuart Beattie. Janet Yang of Manifest Film Co, David Smith and Mata Yamamoto are producing the story of a young Englishman who trains to become a ninja warrior to avenge the murder of his family by a Japanese warlord.