MoviePass Films, the subsidiary of the financially beleaguered movie theater ticket subscription service, has announced their first feature film, 10 Minutes Gone. Bruce Willis is set to star in the thriller, which will be directed by Brian A Miller with a screenplay by Kelvin Mao and Jeff Jingle.
According to Deadline the film will be about –
a man who loses ten minutes of his memory due to being hit by a stray bullet during a bank heist gone wrong. He must put the pieces of his broken memory together in order to find out who sabotaged the job and took the money, all while being pursued by a powerful crime boss hellbent on recovering the cash. Willis plays the pissed off crime boss.
Also in the cast are Meadow Williams, Swen Temmel, Sergio Rizzuto and Tyler Jon Olson.
MoviePass Films is the studio set up by MoviePass with the hopes that the data mined from ticket sales helping to steer project selection. How well that model will plat out remains to be seen, but it should be noted that MoviePass Films had a hand in June’s flop gangster film Gotti, starring John Travolta. (And I am sure that there is some snarky jokes about how things will change with this movie every few days the way parent company MoviePass has been changing their terms of service.)
The film has no release date set bet production is scheduled to begin on September 10 in Ohio.