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New Line gets Angry for Davis' 'Shoot'

2 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

New Line Cinema is picking up Shoot 'Em Up, a hard-core action project from writer-director Michael Davis, with Don Murphy, Susan Montford and Rick Benattar producing through Angry Films. Davis comes from the low-budget, indie comedy world -- Slamdance audience award winner Eight Days a Week and 100 Girls are among his credits -- and has done storyboards for such fare as Pee-wee's Playhouse and Tremors. After writing Shoot, Davis drew on his storyboard skills to illustrate about 17,000 individual drawings that he then animated to show how he would direct the movie's action. The animatic trailer so impressed New Line that it is not only buying the project but also signing Davis to a two-picture option. »

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