Content announced today that Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz has sold all US rights to XLrator Media, which successfully released Outpost II: Black Sun last year.
Written by Rae Brunton, Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz marks Kieran Parker’s directorial debut, delivering more action as the un-dead legion breaks out in its ruthless quest for power.
Content is handling worldwide sales on the film which has sold international territories including: the UK (Entertainment One UK) set to release in October 2013, Canada (Mongrel), Germany & Benelux (Splendid), Portugal (Lusomundo), Middle East (Gulf Film), China (H.G.C. Entertainment), CIS & Baltic States (Top Film), Japan (Aya Pro), South Korea (Sonamu), Hong Kong (Panorama) and Tawain (Catchplay).
Bryan Larkin (Battleground) stars as the lead Russian Dolokhov alongside James “The Colossus” Thompson, Ultimate Combat World Heavy Weight Champion as The Berserker.
The film, which screens for the first time at the Cannes market, is produced by Black Camel Pictures’ Arabella Page Croft and Kieran Parker, and executive produced by Matador Pictures’ Nigel Thomas and Content Film’s Jamie Carmichael. The film is backed by Matador Pictures.
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