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Netflix Closing Deal for Hot Sundance Title 'Fair Play:' Deal in the $20M Range Deadline

Netflix Closing Deal for Hot Sundance Title ‘Fair Play:’ Deal in the $20M Range Deadline

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except: the Sundance A great first film festival deal is about to land a huge deal for it fair playthe Chloe Dumont– A drama that has directed the festival since its premiere on January 20 in the American Drama Competition. I hear a worldwide rights deal in the $20 million range.

The film is the first to come out of the relationship between MRC and T-Street Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman, designed to hatch vehicles with emerging talent. What an exciting debut, with a drama that launches a new filmmaking voice in writer/director Chloe Dumont, making her feature debut after directing eps from Billions, suits And Ballers. T-Street Partners are also coming along Glass onionthe Take out the knives The sequel is also one of the bright spots in the fall movie season. While there have been no fewer than seven shows including Searchlight and Neon, Netflix It may have had an advantage in that it landed an incredible $450 million deal with T-Street for the Knives Out sequel.

Alden Ehrenreich And Phoebe Dynevor In “fair play”


The pic had at least seven offers. Among them were Netflix, Spotlight, and Neon.

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The film stars Eddie Marsan, Alden Ehrenreich, Phoebe Dynevor, and Rich Sommer. Prosperous New York couple Emily (Dynevor) and Luke (Ehrenreich) can’t get enough of each other. When a coveted promotion at a powerful financial firm emerges, the two lovers’ supportive exchanges begin to deteriorate into something far more sinister. With the power dynamics irreversibly shifting in their relationship, Luke and Emily must confront the true price of success and the pesky limits of ambition.

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Alden Ehrenreich in “Fair Play”


Fair Play is produced by Leopold Hughes and Ben LeClaire of T-Street, Tim White of Star Thrower Entertainment, Trevor White and Allan Mandelbaum. Rian Johnson of T-Street and Ram Bergman are the executive producers.

There are more deals likely to happen today, including the John Carney-directed Flora and Son movie. But this is old-fashioned Sundance, where the stars get shot in Park City.

Domont was represented by UTA, who participated in putting the film together for her. It was mediated by MRC and T-Street.

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