Saban Films has acquired the rights to Nicolas Cage’s movie “Butcher’s Crossing”. According to media reports, the agreement includes rights in North America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavia.
Behind the camera is Gabe Polsky, who directed the documentary “Red Penguins”. He also wrote the script. The film is based on the novel by John Williams. Polsky and Molly Conners of Phiphen Pictures are producing the image with Will Clarke and Andy Mayson of Altitude Film Entertainment and Nicolas Cages Saturn Films.
In “Butcher’s Crossing,” Cage’s character meets a Harvard dropout who pursues his fate in the Colorado wilderness in the 1870s. They go on a dangerous adventure together, risking their lives and their mental health. “Nick Cage would be fantastic in this role in exploring the limits of human nature,” said Bill Bromiley, President of Saban Films.
“Gabe has beautifully adapted John Williams’ novel, and we are thrilled to be working together on this timeless tragic novel,” Bromiley commented. Recent Saban Films include Todd Randall’s Under the Stadium Lights starring Laurence Fishburne and Milo Gibson. “The Twist” with Michael Caine, Lena Headey and Rita Ora; And Alicia Silverstone’s “Sister of the Groom” wedding comedy. Cage recently received great reviews for his performance in the thriller Pig.
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