Summit International arrives at EFM with the $50m family adventure Furry Vengeance starring Brendan Fraser and urban comedy caper Next Day Air starring Mos Def and Mike Epps.

Summit Entertainment plans a 2010 North American release on Furry Vengeance, in which Fraser plays a conniving developer whose cruel intentions meet with resistance from the local forest creatures.

The project is the first to emerge from the recently announced non-exclusive distribution deal between Summit Entertainment and Participant Media. Roger Kumble will commence production in July in the US and Robert Simonds is producing.

Next Day Air centres on a hapless delivery man who unknowingly conveys a batch of cocaine to the wrong address. Summit Entertainment plans to release the film on 800 prints on May 8 in North America.

Summit International will also be tempting buyers with New Moon, the sequel to its global smash Twilight, as well as Roman Polanski's thriller The Ghost, which stars Pierce Brosnan, Ewan McGregor, Kim Cattrall, Olivia Williams, Tom Wilkinson and Jim Belushi and commences production in Berlin on February 5.

The company will also aim to complete sales on Guiseppe Tornatore's $30m Sicilian ensemble comedy Baaria starring Monica Belucci, Luigi Lo Cascio, Raoul Bova and Lina Sastri, as well as Soenke Wortmann's adaptation of Donna W Cross' novel Pope Joan with John Goodman and David Wenham, and horror remake Sorority Row.