Jake Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker’s manufacturing firm Nine Stories has signed an unique first-look movie take care of New Republic Pictures, it was introduced on Tuesday.
New Republic Pictures was based by Brian Oliver and Bradley Fischer serves as president.
“Riva and I are thrilled to be in business with New Republic,” Gyllenhaal stated in a press release. “Having worked with both Brad and Brian before, I’ve seen their deep respect for the craft of filmmaking first hand, and have long admired their keen & thoughtful business sense. They’re a rare breed of producer and we couldn’t be more excited to have them as partners as we begin this new chapter for Nine Stories together.”
“Brian and I have both gotten to know Jake over the years as a powerhouse actor as well as a passionate storyteller with a sharp eye for cinematic voices that can resonate with audiences everywhere,” stated Fischer.
Oliver added: “When we spoke to him and Riva about their plans for Nine Stories, it was instantly clear that we shared more than just the same taste in material but also a belief in taking big swings with visionary talent.”
Gyllenhaal and Oliver beforehand labored collectively on “Everest,” which Fischer collaborated with the actor on “Zodiac.”
Nine Stories will subsequent launch “The Devil All the Time,” which is about for a debut on Netflix on Sept. 16. It may also premiere “Good Joe Bell,” starring Mark Wahlberg and Connie Britton, on the Toronto International Film Festival subsequent month.
The firm’s current credit embrace Natalie Erika James’ “Relic,” which made its debut at Sundance, in addition to “Snow Blind,” which it bought to Apple Studios. The firm additionally not too long ago made a take care of Netflix for the Unisoft online game adaptation of “The Division,” which can star Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain. Gyllenhaal and Marker are additionally producing a theatrical adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical “Fun Home” at Amazon.
New Republic Pictures not too long ago signed a first-look take care of Cate Blanchett and her Dirty Films manufacturing firm.
Carlos Goodman of Goodman, Genow, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher negotiated the deal on behalf of Nine Stories.
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