Lionsgate has renewed its longstanding partnership with Grindstone Leisure Group and entered new multiyear agreements with Grindstone President and CEO Barry Brooker and principal Stan Wertlieb.
The deal, introduced Tuesday by Lionsgate Worldwide Dwelling Leisure President Ron Schwartz, extends a 12-year relationship between Lionsgate and Grindstone, which has been delivering characteristic movies for the multiplatform streaming area.
The brand new pact encompasses a slate of upcoming releases together with the motion thriller “Drive of Nature” starring Mel Gibson, Emile Hirsch and Kate Bosworth, the Megan Fox-led thriller “Rogue,” comedy “Visitor Home” with Pauly Shore and Gerard Butler’s motion movie “Hair of the Canine.”
“This extension continues a longstanding and mutually helpful relationship for each our corporations,” Schwartz stated in an announcement. “Barry and Stan are one of the best within the enterprise and have constructed Grindstone into a house for nice expertise, thrilling properties and a supply of constant profitability. We stay up for increasing our partnership with one of the crucial revolutionary and recognizable manufacturers within the multiplatform streaming area.”
Grindstone has amassed a 500-title catalog throughout its 12-year partnership with the studio. Latest Grindstone releases embody “Escape Plan 2: Hades” and “Escape Plan 3: The Extractors,” starring Sylvester Stallone, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Dave Bautista, and the thriller “The Poison Rose,” starring John Travolta, Morgan Freeman, Famke Janssen and Brendan Fraser.