Pepper Pike’s native screenplay, 2021’s highest-grossing independent film | Movie

“The Marksman,” a 2021 script-based action thriller written by Pepper Pike native Danny Kravitz and writing partner Chris Charles, is billed as the highest-grossing independent film and seventh-highest grossing film of the year.

“The Marksman” tells the story of a former Marine lost in his life living on a remote stretch of the Arizona border. The older protagonist, along with Liam Neeson, meets a boy and his mother crossing the US border to escape a Mexican drug cartel. When the boy’s mother is injured, it is up to the protagonist to take the boy to his family in Chicago, while avoiding the cartel assassins on their heels.

The film was directed by Robert Lorenz, an Oscar nominated producer and director.

According to Box Office Mojo, the film has raised $ 15.2 million since its January 15 theatrical release date, placing the film behind Hollywood blockbusters like “Godzilla vs. Kong” which has grossed a total of $ 70 million since. its March 31 release, “Raya and the Last Dragon,” which grossed $ 35.4 million since its March 5 release; and “Tom and Jerry,” which grossed $ 41.2 million. dollars since its February 26 release.

“The Marksman” is now available for digital purchase and will be available on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand May 11 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Digital, Blu-ray and DVD versions include behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the filmmakers and actors discussing the film’s story and characters, as well as their experiences working with Neeson.

The film can be pre-ordered from Amazon and other retailers.

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