‘Wolves’ Acquired Because Of “Powerful Storytelling”


Deadline reports that Ketchup Entertainment (who that?) acquired U.S. distribution rights to Wolves, the action thriller that marks the feature directorial debut of X-Men and Watchmen scribe David Hayter.

The most exciting part of the release comes when Ketchup CEO Gareth West boasted about the soon-to-be-released masterpiece werewolf movie. “From the first time we saw Wolves, we knew audiences would be swept up in the exciting action and powerful storytelling.

Wow, I expect to see nothing short of an engaging and action-packed genre film…

Written by Hayter, the film stars X-Men: First Class‘ Lucas Till, Watchmen‘s Stephen McHattie, and “Game Of Thrones‘” Jason Momoa. Merritt Patterson and John Pyper-Ferguson round out the cast.

Till plays a high school student who witnesses the brutal murder of his parents, and finds himself turning into a savage wolf. He is thrust between two warring wolf packs fighting for control of Lupine Ridge.

Copperheart Entertainment’s Steve Hoban produced with makeup effects by Oscar-winning creature designers Dave Elsey and Lou Elsey.

The film will be released this summer.

  • djblack1313

    i hope this is good!

  • woodchuck

    cool screenshot, I’m always a sucker for a good werewolf flick, hopefully they don’t fuck it up with some stupid love story