According to Variety, European Film Market (EFM), a Highland Film Group company, will screen Gasoline Alley, with EFM managing foreign rights. Devon Sawa will play Jimmy Jayne, a ‘wounded-fisted’ demanding man who becomes involved in the triple murder of three Hollywood divas drowning in a luxurious hotel pool. When homicide detectives ‘Freeman’ (Willis) and ‘Vargas’ (Wilson) arrive on the scene as excellent suspects, Jimmy embarks on his own maverick investigation, twisting the law in ways the police cannot command in order to prove his innocence.
The action thriller “Gasoline Alley” will star Bruce Willis, Luke Wilson, and Devon Sawa. The project will be presented to buyers at this week’s European Film Market by Highland Film Group, which is managing worldwide rights.
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Edward Drake directs from Tom Sierchio’s screenplay, which he co-produces with Corey Large. The film is backed by BondIt Media Capital, 308 Entertainment, Highland Film Group, and Yale Productions. Highland Film Group is in charge of international distribution, and BondIt Media Capital is the film’s only financier.
Paradise City, Cosmic Sin, and Breach were all produced by Saban Films in collaboration with Willis. On behalf of the filmmakers, Bill Bromiley and Shanan Becker negotiated the transaction with BondIt Media Capital for Saban Films.
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Jimmy Jayne (Sawa), a bruised-fisted rockabilly boss-type, is drawn into a triple murder of three Hollywood starlets drowned in a fancy hotel pool in “Gasoline Alley.” As the top suspect for homicide detectives Freeman (Willis) and Vargas (Wilson), Jimmy embarks on his own rogue inquiry, defying the law in ways the cops can’t. With the killer lurking in Jimmy’s shadow, he joins forces with the two investigators to unveil a truth more greater than they could have anticipated.
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Sawa plays Jimmy Jayne, a “bruise-fisted” employer who becomes involved in the triple murder of three Hollywood starlets who drown in a fancy hotel pool. As the top suspect for homicide detectives Freeman (Willis) and Vargas (Wilson), Jimmy embarks on his own rogue inquiry, defying the law in ways the cops can’t.
But, with the killer lurking in Jimmy’s shadow, he joins forces with the two investigators to unveil a truth far greater than they could have anticipated.
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Wilson stars in Ty Robert’s film “12 Mighty Orphans,” which is based on the best-selling novel of the same name. Wilson also appeared in Brett Haley’s “All The Bright Places,” in which he co-starred with Elle Fanning, as well as Atom Egoyan’s “Guest Of Honour.” Wilson was most recently seen on television in DC’s “Stargirl” for The CW.
Bruce Willis, Devon Sawa, and Luke Wilson star in the picture, which was written, directed, and produced by Edward Drake. Sawa plays a man lured into a high-profile triple murder in this film set in the underworld of Los Angeles. Willis and Wilson, the two police officers on his track, soon join him in seeking to unearth an explosive plot.
Gasoline Alley Release Date
The film, which is also produced by Corey Large, is set to hit theaters in February 2022. Producers include BondIt Media Capital, 308 Entertainment, Highland Film Group, and Yale Productions. Willis and Saban have previously collaborated on films such as “Paradise City,” “Cosmic Sin,” and “Breach,” among others.
Gasoline Alley Cast
The film is produced by Corey Large (“Cosmic Sin,” “The November Man”) and Sierchio, with BondIt Media Capital finance. Executive producers are Matthew Helderman, Johnny Messner, Stephen Eads, Fraser and Perrier of Highland Film Group, Yale Productions’ Jordan Yale Levine, Jordan Beckerman, and Jon Keeyes, and BondIt’s Luke Taylor and Grady Craig.
Willis, who has appeared in big films such as the “Die Hard” franchise and “Sin City,” most recently acted alongside Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, and Sarah Paulson in “Glass.”
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The horror revival “Wrong Turn,” starring Charlotte Vega and Matthew Modine; Josh Duhamel’s “Buddy Games,” Brad Furman’s “City of Lies,” starring Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker; and Ian and Eshom Nelms’ “Fatman,” starring Mel Gibson, are among Saban Films’ latest releases. Todd Randall’s “Under the Stadium Lights,” starring Laurence Fishburne and Milo Gibson, Joel David Moore’s horror film “Hide and Seek,” starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and Jared Cohn’s “Reactor,” starring Willis, will be released next.