Scott Eastwood, Tyrese GIbson to Lead Action-Thriller ‘Dangerous’

Famke Janssen and Kevin Durand will also star in the film from ‘Saw V’ director David Hackl that has Mel Gibson in a cameo.
Suicide Squad star Scott Eastwood is set to lead upcoming action-thriller Dangerous, starring alongside Tyrese Gibson (Fast and the Furious, Transformers), Famke Janssen (When They See Us, House on Haunted Hill), and Kevin Durand (Swamp Thing, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) in the newly announced film from Saw V director David Hackl.

Mel Gibson is making a cameo role.

Dangerous will see Eastwood play a reformed sociopath who, following the death of his brother, heads to a remote which soon falls under siege from a deadly gang of mercenaries. Forced to fend for himself, he discovers their role in his brother’s demise and sets off on a relentless quest for vengeance.

The film will be produced by Kevin DeWalt and Ben DeWalt for Minds Eye Entertainment and by Doug Falconer for Falconer Pictures, with Michael Benaroya executive producing for his Benaroya Pictures and Todd Shepherd executive producing for Miscellaneous Entertainment. International Film Trust (IFT), Invico Capital and 3 Point Capital will finance with IFT selling worldwide rights minus Canada, and Mind’s Eye International selling Canada and co-repping the US with IFT. The film is scheduled to shoot later this month in Canada and will be introduced to buyers at the American Film Market.

“IFT is pleased to present Dangerous to buyers at AFM. As an action film with a superb cast and strong producers, this is the type of package that distributors are seeking,” said Benaroya.

Eastwood is repped by UTA, LBI Entertainment and Rick Genow of Goodman, Genow, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher, LLP,. Gibson is repped by APA and Pearlman & Tishbi. Famke Janssen is repped by APA, Link Entertainment The Artists Partnership. Durand is repped by ICM Partners, Alchemy Entertainment, Characters Talent Agency and Brecheen Feldman Breimer. Director David Hackl is represented by APA and Mel Gibson is repped by APA and Brecheen Feldman.