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Movies Seagal back in Theaters!!

#1
Anchor Bay Gets Rights to Steven Seagal-Steve Austin Action Movie



Anchor Bay has acquired the distribution rights to Maximum Conviction, an action movie stawrring Steven Seagal and Steve Austin.
The deal includes U.S. and Canadian theatrical and home entertainment rights and was struck with Voltage Pictures.
Directed by Keoni Waxman, the story sees the action duo as private security contractors decommissioning an old prison. When two mysterious female prisoners are forced to stay there one night, the facility comes under siege by a force of mercenaries, with our heroes forced to stand against the mercenaries and find out the reason for the assault.
Seagal, Austin and Phillip B. Goldfine produced the movie.
Nicolas Chartier and Nadine de Barros of Voltage Pictures are repping the international rights.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/anchor-bay-steven-seagal-steve-austin-274753
 

kadence1

Active Member
#6
HEY IDC how long it stays in theaters as long as it gets A US release and make some money back anchor bay bought the rights to this movie i watched a couple days ago called I spit on your grave about a girl that gets raped n they thought they killed her but she isnt dead n she kills each and every one of them who did it to her n tht movie went to theater and made $93,401 in gross revenue & on a 1,5000,000 budget we know maximum conviction has way more of a budget than tht so u think tht makes the chances even more better for it to hit theaters?
 

Administrator

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Staff member
#7
HEY IDC how long it stays in theaters as long as it gets A US release and make some money back anchor bay bought the rights to this movie i watched a couple days ago called I spit on your grave about a girl that gets raped n they thought they killed her but she isnt dead n she kills each and every one of them who did it to her n tht movie went to theater and made $93,401 in gross revenue & on a 1,5000,000 budget we know maximum conviction has way more of a budget than tht so u think tht makes the chances even more better for it to hit theaters?
The budget doesn't make a difference. All Seagal's movies have had a higher budget than that. It would depend upon if the studio think it is good enough to be shown at the cinema.
 

kadence1

Active Member
#8
Dont they have like certain people sit down and watch the movie and they debate it over if it should go in theaters or not is that how it works?
 
#15
Would be Awesome if MC gets a limited theatrical release. But most likely it will get the Cable TV Premier treatment like "The Keeper" got. Remember back when The Keeper came out? SPIKE TV premiered it and they show the DVD commercial too. Spike Tv shows a lot of Seagal & sometimes they have Seagal marathons! SPIKE has shown: Urban Justice, The Keeper, Kill Switch, A Dangerous Man, Today You Die, Fire Down Below, and more!
 

BarbaraAnn101

Well-Known Member
#17
Would be Awesome if MC gets a limited theatrical release. But most likely it will get the Cable TV Premier treatment like "The Keeper" got. Remember back when The Keeper came out? SPIKE TV premiered it and they show the DVD commercial too. Spike Tv shows a lot of Seagal & sometimes they have Seagal marathons! SPIKE has shown: Urban Justice, The Keeper, Kill Switch, A Dangerous Man, Today You Die, Fire Down Below, and more!
SPIKE TV SEAGAL MOVIE MARATHON 01/16/12!!!!!!
 
#18
And now I want to see Steven Seagal working on another film with such a name like Mel Gibson or Jackie Chan... Come on Steve.

P.S. I wonder if he is really going to have a new website as he stated in the FB message.
 

kadence1

Active Member
#19
Ive Been Finding the movie Max Con on a couple websites that have the gross n all that usually if it were going straight to dvd they wouldnt be on a website thats gonna show the budget and the gross it made only movies tht went to theaters or are going to be hitting theaters are on that site and Max Con is on there:)