Supergravity Greenlights College Revenge Film 'Rock Steady Row'
The feature will be helmed by newcomer Trevor Stevens.
Supergravity Pictures has greenlit college revenge film Rock Steady Row.
First time feature director Trevor Stevens will helm the project from a script by Bomani J. Story, based on a story conceived by Stevens and Story.
Rock Steady Row centers around a young college freshman who, after his bike is stolen, lands on a college campus and is compelled to take action against the reigning fraternities and ultimately the dean.
"Imagine Kung Fu Hustle intermingled with A Fistul of Dollars and a sprinkling of PCU. That's this film. And in Trevor's hands, there's no doubt it will be something special," said Supergravity founder Max Benator.
Senior vp Cody Zwieg (The Hills Have Eyes) will oversee the project for Supergravity.
Stevens' short films, Run and Glazed and Confused, garnered him attention, and both were Vimeo Staff Picks.
"I've always wanted to make a spaghetti Western in a modern-day setting. This project is one that Bomani and I are very passionate about and are beyond grateful that Supergravity is giving us the opportunity to bring to life," said Stevens.
Supergravity plans to release the film through a variety of theatrical screenings and various VOD platforms.
Stevens is repped by Luber Roklin and Morris Yorn.