Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura (Red) has hired Jeremy Passmore (Special) and Andre Fabrizio to write the action thriller DMZ. According to Variety, the plot revolves around an international group of soldiers who enter the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) to retrieve a U.S. satellite: “The disparate heroes soon learn that there is something much more deadly in the DMZ than enemy soldiers.”
Passmore and Fabrizio are relatively new to the scene, but have a number of scripts in development. Passmore co-wrote the script for the Red Dawn remake that may soon see the light of day. Red Dawn director Dan Bradley is attached to direct Hellified, which Passmore and Fabrizio are currently rewriting. The duo also wrote The World After for director Len Wiseman and The Prince for John Carpenter.
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