Anchor Bay Films has announced that it has landed the U.S. rights to the film “Seeking Justice,” starring Nicolas Cage, January Jones and Guy Pearce. The film was directed by Roger Donaldson and produced by Endgame Entertainment’s James D. Stern, along with Ram Bergman and Material Entertainment’s Tobey Maguire and Jenno Topping.
Kevin Kasha, Executive Vice President, Acquisitions and Co-Productions said the film is a great vehicle for Cage, according to the press release. “Seeking Justice is a fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat action thriller and Cage is outstanding in it,” said Kasha. “This crowd pleaser is a great addition to the Anchor Bay Films line-up.”
“We are thrilled that Seeking Justice has found a home with Anchor Bay,” said Endgame CEO James D. Stern. “We look forward to working with them on delivering Roger Donaldson’s stellar work and outstanding performances from Nicolas Cage and January Jones.”
The official synopsis of “Seeking Justice” is:
“In ‘Seeking Justice’ Cage stars as Will Gerard, a happily married and dedicated inner-city high school teacher. His wife, Laura (Jones) is an accomplished musician and they enjoy a comfortable life until one fateful evening shatters everything. Laura is brutally assaulted and while awaiting an update on her condition, Will is approached by a well-dressed man (Pearce) who quietly offers to dispense immediate justice. Required to make a spontaneous decision in a distraught frame of mind, he accepts the proposal and is pulled into an underground vigilante organization that leads to increasingly frightening and dangerous consequences. The film was previously entitled ‘The Hungry Rabbit Jumps.'”