Deadline Confirms Mission: Blacklist Director Jesper Ganslandt & FALL START DATE!

Mission: Blacklist Director Jesper Ganslandt

Mission: Blacklist Director Jesper Ganslandt

UPDATE: Fellow MB blogger, @Blacklist_Blog, did some research after the announcement that Mission: Blacklist was receiving California tax credits. She received info that principal photography is slated for Sept. 30th! This is a report from the California Film Commission and not Mission: Blacklist production. Click HERE to read.

Deadline confirmed what we reported on June 24; Jesper Ganslandt is the new director for Mission: Blacklist with filming starting this fall. Earlier today, we reported news from writer Dylan Kussman that they are currently in rewrites to take into account notes provided by Ganslandt.

Other info Deadline shared:

The script is by Band of Brothers scribe Erik Jendressen, Dylan Kussman, and Trace Sheehan. Ross M. Dinerstein of Preferred Content is producing alongside Jendressen and Kevin Waller, with Code Entertainment producing and financing the project. Jesper is repped by Paradigm and Magnolia.

MISSION: BLACKLIST NEWS: Jesper Ganslandt Joins Project As Director

Mission: Blacklist Director Jesper Ganslandt

Mission: Blacklist Director Jesper Ganslandt

Screenwriter Dylan Kussman confirmed via his Twitter today that Jesper Ganslandt has joined the Mission: Blacklist team as the movie’s director.

Learn more about Jesper Ganslandt on IMDb.

Welcome, Jesper!

PHOTO: Robert Pattinson and Eric Maddox

Robert Pattinson, who will play Eric Maddox in Mission: Blacklist, photographed with Eric in an undated photo. Mission: Blacklist is rumored to begin filming in April 2013.

Eric Maddox wrote the book Mission Blacklist #1 – his real life story about being a military interrogator which chronicles the capture of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

Eric Maddox and Robert Pattinson

Eric Maddox and Robert Pattinson

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NEW INTERVIEW: Robert Pattinson Talks ‘Mission: Blacklist’ Filming Plans

Robert Pattinson recently sat down with Time during press tour to promote his new movie Cosmopolis. He had this to say about his upcoming role in Mission: Blacklist:

I’m going to make this movie [Mission: Blacklist] about Eric Maddox, an Army interrogator who was one of the major people responsible for finding Saddam Hussein. He was working with JSOC [Joint Special Operations Command], which isn’t supposed to exist, and they found Saddam Hussein by themselves but they couldn’t say it was them. The story is crazy, absolutely bizarre. It’s a really cool director called Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire. We’re going to shoot in Iraq next summer. In January I’m doing this other movie [The Rover] with David Micôd, who did the Australian movie Animal Kingdom—a futuristic western with Guy Pearce.

Filming is now set for Summer 2013.

FIRST LOOK: ‘Mission: Blacklist’ Promotional Banner

Embankment Films has wasted no time in branding Mission: Blacklist and has placed a mock up movie poster on their site. Take a look! It’s very “Numbers” to me – remember that show?

 

Source : Via

‘Mission: Blacklist’ Movie Now In Pre-Production

Mission: Blacklist is officially in pre-production. What is pre-production, you ask? Wikipedia explains:

In filmmaking and video production, pre-production formally begins once a project has been greenlit. At this stage, finalizing preparations for production go into effect. Financing will generally be confirmed and many of the key elements such as principal cast members, director and cinematographer are set. By the end of pre-production, the screenplay is hopefully finalized and satisfactory to all the financiers and other stakeholders.

During pre-production, the script is broken down into individual scenes and all the locations, props, cast members, costumes, special effects and visual effects are identified. An extremely detailed schedule is produced and arrangements are made for the necessary elements to be available to the film-makers at the appropriate times. Sets are constructed, the crew is hired, financial arrangements are put in place and a start date for the beginning of principal photography is set. At some point in pre-production there will be a read-through of the script which is usually attended by all cast members with speaking parts, the director, all heads of departments, financiers, producers, and publicists.

Even though the writer may still be working on it, the screenplay is generally page-locked and scene-numbered at the beginning of pre-production to avoid confusion. This means that even though additions and deletions may still be made, any particular scene will always fall on the same page and have the same scene number.

We look forward to bringing you up to the minute Mission: Blacklist movie news over the coming months! Stay tuned!

Robert Pattinson Signs On To Star In ‘Mission: Black List’

From Deadline:

Robert Pattinson has come on board to star in the upcomingfilm “Mission: Blacklist” with Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire committed to direct. The screenplay was adapted by “Band of Brothers” writer and producer Erik Jendresen from the Harper Collins novel Mission: Black List #1 written by military interrogator Eric Maddox with Davin Seay. Ross M. Dinerstein, Managing Partner of Preferred Content, is producing alongside Jendresen and Kevin Waller.

Embankment Films, the international sales and distribution company recently launched by international sales veterans Tim Haslam and Hugo Grumbar will begin selling the film at the upcoming Cannes Film Market.

”Mission: Blacklist” is a psychological thriller that details the true, inside story of the search for Saddam Hussein and the interrogator, Eric Maddox, who spearheaded his capture.

“This movie is a gripping, edge of your seat thriller,” says Dinerstein. “I have been inspired by Robert and Jean-Stéphane’s dedication to tell this story in the most authentic way possible, and I’m thrilled to add Hugo and Tim to our team.”

Pattinson can next be seen in David Cronenberg’s “Cosmopolis,” which is premiering at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Sauvaire’s last film, “Johnny Mad Dog,” premiered at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Prize of Hope.

WME represents Pattinson, Jendresen, and Sauvaire. Pattinson is managed by 3 Arts Entertainment and represented by the Curtis Brown Group in the UK. Sauvaire is managed by Anonymous Content.
The deal was brokered by WME Global’s Graham Taylor and Deborah McIntosh and PreferredContent’s Kevin Iwashina and Christine D’Souza. WME Global and Preferred Content will be corepresenting the North American rights.

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