Browsing: Mark L Smith
The 2017 novel by Karen Dionne would put the Oscar-winning Swedish actor in the role of a woman born from the union of her mother with the man who kidnapped her, and Vikander’s character decides to get revenge for their treatment.
In the 1820s, a frontiersman sets out on a path of vengeance against those who left him for dead after a bear mauling. Inspired by true events.
While the plot is still kept under wraps, Mark L. Smith has been brought on to write a new draft of the sci-fi feature from Edgar Wright and J.J. Abrams
After a 19th century fur trapper gets mauled by a grizzly bear, he’s robbed and left for dead by his companions. He survives and seeks revenge on them.
A pair of brothers stumble upon a mysterious hole in their basement that leads to the darkest corridors of their fears and nightmares.
Logline: A crime boss asks his trusted lieutenant to determine if his young mistress is having an affair (and to kill her and her lover if she is). The lieutenant confirms the affair but, entranced by the girl, chooses to let them live. Discovering this, the crime boss orders the lieutenant killed, but he escapes and seeks vengeance.
Logline: In 1823, Hugh Glass, a 36-year-old fur trapper, joins the Rocky Mountain Fur Company on a dangerous expedition with ten other men. While hunting for food for his group, Glass is mauled by a grizzly bear, so the captain enlists two men to stay behind and bury Glass as his death was sure to come. Instead, the men rob Glass, leaving him defenseless in the wilderness, awaiting certain death. However, contrary to the belief of the good-willed captain, and the belief of the ill-willed marauders, Glass does not perish from his wounds. Fueled by anger, Glass vows to survive — and miraculously does, making his way through 350 miles of uncharted wilderness to exact revenge.
Logline: Story centers on Lucie and Anna, orphans who grow up together, and establish a deep-knit friendship, until one of them inexplicably goes on a murderous rampage to avenge what may or may not have been earlier incidents of child abuse, only to discover that any horrors she had growing up, would never compare to those she was about to face.