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Whitaker, Law do the Uni 'Mambo'

18 June 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Jude Law and Forest Whitaker are set to topline the futuristic adventure thriller "Repossession Mambo" for Universal Pictures.

Miguel Sapochnik, a one-time storyboard artist, will make his feature directorial debut with the film, which centers on a repo man made up of artificial organs who, after receiving a heart transplant, struggles to make payments. He must go on the run from his former partner.

Eric Garcia and Garrett Lerner penned the screenplay.

Scott Stuber and Mary Parent are producing through their studio-based shingle.

Universal's Jeffrey Kirschenbaum is overseeing for the studio, which is eyeing a September start date.

Law is no stranger to the sci-fi genre. His credits include "Gattaca", "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" and "A.I. Artificial Intelligence". The actor, who most recently appeared in "All the King's Men" and "The Holiday", next appears in "My Blueberry Nights", which unspooled in May at the Festival de Cannes.

Law is repped by Endeavor and attorney Karl Austen. He is additionally repped by Tor Belfrage of Julian Belfrage and Associates and Miguel Sapochnik, Rachel Holroyd and Jenne Casarotto of Casarotto Ramsay & Associates and manager Seth Jaret. »

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Initial taps Lyon as prod'n president

15 February 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Gail Lyon has been hired as president of production at Graham King's Initial Entertainment Group.

Lyon, who reports to King, takes the job immediately and will lead Initial's team, comprising vp development Grey Rembert and production executive Denis O'Sullivan.

"Gail elegantly combines the skills of hands-on production and development of first-class, provocative material that really stands out," King said.

Added Lyon, "I look forward to expanding our slate of new material and supporting both the established and emerging filmmakers that look to Initial as a partner in realizing their films."

Lyon recently produced the teen movie Stick It for Buena Vista Pictures. She was president of Red Wagon Entertainment, where she oversaw development and was executive producer on Stuart Little 2, Win a Date With Tad Hamilton and Peter Pan. While there, she brought in Jarhead and RV.

Before Red Wagon, she was president of Jersey Films, where she was involved in the development of Out of Sight, executive produced the HBO movie Pentagon Wars and co-produced Gattaca and Erin Brockovich. »

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