Dean Devlin and Nicolas Chartier's sales agency Voltage Pictureshas taken back from Lionsgate International the first world war epic Flyboys produced by Devlin's ElectricEntertainment.
Under the amicable agreement Voltage will handle all internationalrights at Cannes.
Directed by Tony Bill, Flyboys stars James Franco as a young fighterpilot volunteer in Europe. Martin Henderson and Jean Reno also star. MGM willrelease the picture in North America later this year.
As previously reported, Voltage's Cannes slate includes the HectorLavoe salsa biopic El Cantante starring Marc Antony and Jennifer Lopez, and the sci-fi thriller Isobar, which is set to begin production inSeptember.
Other titles include two produced by Ed Pressman - sci-fiadventure The Mutant Chronicles starring Thomas Jane and John Malkovich, and the psycho-thriller Sisters starring Chloe Sevigny and Lou Doillon.
Voltage is also handling sales on David Arquette's directorialdebut horror title The Tripper, which stars Thomas Jane, Jamie King, Lukas Haas and BalthazarGetty, and Courteney Cox.