, 2022-12-21 05:00:00,
The action is being run by Sun Entertainment Culture, a Hong Kong-based studio backed by mainland China.
A petition to wind up Inversion Productions will be filed with the Hong Kong High Court in February.
The action stems from Sun’s attempt to recover a film production loan originally made to Inversion Productions (formerly known as TNC Productions) in late 2014 in connection with the project to make the ambitious independent sci-fi film “Inversion.”
Slated to have been produced on a budget of $120 million, the disaster thriller “Inversion” tells the story of a Chinese scientist and an American pilot who must work together to save the world when gravity suddenly disappears.
The project has gone through multiple partners, including Mark Damon Entertainment Forecast. At one point, it was slated to be written by a team consisting of writer-producer-director Paul Haggis, Bragi Schut, David Arata and Michael Finch. In 2019, when Sun Entertainment made its commitment to the film public“Inversion” was described as being based on a script by Golden Horse nominee Li Wei, who wrote Zhang Yimou’s “Shadow.” Travis Fimmel reportedly joined the star at one stage and it was reported that the producers had been in negotiations with…
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