Stephen Dorff of True Detective and Blake Jenner of The Edge of Seventeen have joined the Hawaiian production of Paradise City, which is John Travolta and Bruce Willis‘ first film together since 1994’s Pulp Fiction.
Willis portrays Ryan Swan, a rogue bounty hunter who must navigate the Hawaiian criminal underworld in order to exact retribution on the kingpin, played by Travolta, who murdered his father.Paradise City: Blake Jenner According to my sources, the project will be comparable to Miami Vice, except with bounty hunters instead of policemen. Praya Lundberg, a Thai actress, and model, also appears.
Corey Large, who also acts in the film and co-wrote it with Ed John Drake, produces and stars in Paradise City. BondIt Media Capital is financing the project, which is being produced by Large’s 308 Enterprises. Saban is in charge of domestic distribution, while The Exchange is in charge of international sales. Stephen Eads, Johnny Messner, Grady Craig, Matthew Helderman, and Luke Taylor have all released EPs. The Exchange’s Brian O’Shea and Nat McCormick, Grandave Capital’s Ruben Islas and Stanley Preschutti, Arcana Studio’s Jas Boparai and Sean Patrick O’Reilly, and LB Entertainment’s Lee Broda are among the EPs on Paradise City. Yale Productions’ Jordan Yale Levine, Jordan Beckerman, and Jon Keeyes are also EPs on the film.
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