A Score To Settle

Source: RLJE Films

A Score To Settle

RLJE Films has acquired North American rights to the Nicolas Cage action thriller A Score To Settle, which Highland Film Group handles for international sales.

Benjamin Bratt, Noah Le Gros and Mohamed Karim round out the principal cast on the story about a former mob enforcer released from prison after 22 years who sets out to find the people who framed him.

Beautiful Boy screenwriter Shawn Ku directed from a screenplay by John Newman. Goldrush Entertainment’s Eric Gozlan and Minds Eye Entertainment’s Kevin DeWalt and Danielle Masters produced.

RLJE Films plans an August 2 theatrical and VOD launch after chief acquisitions officer Mark Ward and Jess De Leo of RLJE Films negotiated the deal with Arianne Fraser and Alana Crow of Highland Film Group.

Executive Producers are Cage, Richard Iott, Mark Weissman, Robert Bricker, Fraser, Delphine Perrier, Henry Winterstern, Daniel Negret, Stephen Dailey, Simon Williams, Silvia Schmidt, Sam Al, Mike King, Jeff Rice, Luke Daniels.

“We are excited to collaborate for the fifth time with the legendary Nicolas Cage,” said Ward. “Following the success of Mandy, we cannot wait to take audiences on another adventure.”

Fraser added, “After our experience collaborating on Terminal, we are delighted to be partnering again with Mark and the team at RLJE Films. A Score To Settle has found its perfect home and we can’t wait for audiences to experience this action-packed ride come summer!”

“We at Goldrush Entertainment are thrilled to have worked with Nicolas Cage who brilliantly embodied the complex character of Frank Carver,” said Gozlan. “We are ecstatic to have found a home for A Score To Settle at RLJE Films!”

“It has never been more difficult to produce a truly independent film,” said DeWalt. “We are delighted to have amassed such an outstanding cast for A Score To Settle and to be working with great distribution partners such as the Highland Film Group and RLJE Films.”

A Score To Settle is a Goldrush Entertainment and Minds Eye Entertainment Production and was produced by Spartiate Films in association with Paragon Media Productions.