Columbia Creating Bounty Hunter Story



Columbia Pictures has obtained rights to Sarah Thorp's pitch about a bounty hunter hired to locate his ex-wife.

Putting no pause in lining up its future film slate, Columbia Pictures has purchased a pitch by Sarah Thorp to develop it into a promising big screen feature in association with Neal H. Moritz's Original Film.

Still not yet titled, the project follows a bounty hunter who gets hired to track and bring back his former wife. Madhouse Entertainment's Robyn Meisinger, who represents Thorp, reportedly has come onboard to executive produce.

Thorp first made foray into screenwriting through crime comedy "See Jane Run" which she also helmed back in 2001. She previously scripted Philip Kaufman's 2004 thriller "Twisted" and recently wrote as well as produced indie flick "Cornelius" that is currently in post-production.

© AceShowbiz.com


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