Death of Me: Saban Films acquires Maggie Q, Luke Hemsworth horror feature
Saban Films have acquired North American rights to director Darren Lynn Bousman’s (Saw franchise, Repo! The Genetic Opera) Death of Me, starring Maggie Q (Nikita, Divergent franchise) and Luke Hemsworth (Thor: Ragnarok, Westworld).
Death of Me centers on a couple on an exotic holiday who awaken one morning with a hangover and no recollection of what transpired. When playing back the video of their previous night, they learn they participated in a ritual that somehow ended with the husband murdering the wife — though she’s actually very much alive.
The movie was written by Ari Margolis (Black Days), James Morley III (Black Days, Intrepid) and David Tish (Blood Money).
“Darren has been a staple in the horror genre from early on with the Saw franchise, and we are thrilled to be partnering with him on his latest film,” said Saban Films’ Bill Bromiley. “The suspense and chemistry that Maggie and Luke bring to the screen will keep audiences enraptured through this wild ride.”
“We’re thrilled to be working with Saban again,” said EMA’s Lee Nelson. “They’ve proven to be a great destination for producers like us who are interested in bringing quality concept-driven material to the marketplace.”
Ness Saban negotiated the deal for Saban Films along with Nate Bolotin and Pip Ngo from XYZ Films on behalf of the filmmakers.
Death of Me is produced by Envision Media Arts’ Lee Nelson and David Tish, and Samuel Marshall Production’s Charlie Dorfman. Executive Producers for the film’s financier Media Finance Capital are CEO David Gilbery and Marlon Vogelgesang, alongside Tannaz Anisi and Greg Schenz for 13 Films.