Anchor Bay Gets Rights to Steven Seagal-Steve Austin Action Movie
"Maximum Conviction" centers on two private security contractors decommissioning an old prison.
Anchor Bay has acquired the distribution rights to Maximum Conviction, an action movie stawrring Steven Seagal and Steve Austin.
The deal includes U.S. and Canadian theatrical and home entertainment rights and was struck with Voltage Pictures.
Directed by Keoni Waxman, the story sees the action duo as private security contractors decommissioning an old prison. When two mysterious female prisoners are forced to stay there one night, the facility comes under siege by a force of mercenaries, with our heroes forced to stand against the mercenaries and find out the reason for the assault.
Seagal, Austin, Phillip B. Goldfine and Caliber Media's Jack Heller produced the movie.
Nicolas Chartier and Nadine de Barros of Voltage Pictures are repping the international rights.
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