Wrekin Hill has acquired North American rights from GFM Films to the 3D Dolph Lundgren film Legendary, which shot in China earlier this year, ScreenDaily writes.
The $14M film recounts the story of a trophy hunter who clashes with a crypto-zoologist over the hunt for a dragon-like creature in the jungle. The UK’s Scott Adkins also stars.
Wrekin Hill plans a day-and-date early 2014 release.
Wrekin Hill has a multi-year US home entertainment distribution deal with Lionsgate and a three-year multi-platform output deal with Canadian distributor eOne.
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