Graham King's Initial Entertainment Group has fulfilled itspromise to bring buyers product outside the company's new deal with Warner Brosand boarded Revolution Studios' sci-fi action thriller Next.
Initial is offering international rights to the film, which willbe released by Revolution partner Sony Pictures in the domestic market, andwhich has Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore attached to star.
Lee Tamahori, the New Zealander whose Hollywood credits include DieAnother Day, Along Came A Spider and XXX: State Of The Union, is directing the film which is scheduled for a 2007release.
Based on the story The Golden Man by Philip K Dick, Next follows a manwith the ability to see into the future who must elude sinister governmentagents and win the love of a woman who will mother his child.
King is producing alongside former Revolution production chief ToddGarner, Cage and his partner in Saturn Films Norm Golightly.
King signed a first-look deal with Warner Bros in April and saidthen that he couldn't guarantee carving out foreign territories on the Warnerfilms like Johnny Depp-starrer Shantaram.
He did promise, however, that he would find new films for thesales side of the business and recently hired Eric Christenson to spearheadinternational sales and distribution.
Initial previously teamed with Revolution on An Unfinished Life, the Lasse Hallstrom-directed dramastarring Robert Redford and Jennifer Lopez which was released in the US thisyear by Miramax Films.