"Petition" is coordinated by Jonathan Mostow from a script by John Brancato and Michael Ferris, in light of Kevin Wignall's novel "For the Dogs." Saban reported the arrangement on Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Worthington depicts a lone professional killer, employed to execute a young lady (played by Rush), who is unconscious that her family's flawed business dealings have taken a toll them their lives. However, when he can't force himself to pull the trigger, the two shape a bond and escape crosswise over Europe together, chased by those in charge of her family's murder.
"The Hunter's Prayer is a worldwide experience, with the skilled Sam close by one of the most sweltering up-and-comers Odeya," said Saban Films' Bill Bromiley. "The film is activity stuffed and we are excited to share this story, formed by such a dynamic and tense on-screen science."
The film is created by Navid McIlhargey for Vandal Entertainment and Anthony Rhulen for Film Engine, Chris Milburn for Midsummer Films, John Schwarz, Michael Schwarz and Sam Worthington for Full Clip; Tove Christensen and Michael Wexler for Maple Leaf Films; Juan Garcia Peredo for Elipsis Capital, and Jimmy Costas, Paul Rock and Paul Leyden.
Official makers incorporate Gavin Poolman from Apollo Media and Duncan Reid for the Ingenious Senior Film Fund, Hugo Heppell for Screen Yorkshire, and Norman Merry and Peter Hampden for LipSync Productions, IIdiko Kemeny, David Minkowski, Jack L. Murray.
It's second securing at Toronto for Saban, which gained Sean Penn's sentiment dramatization "The Last Face," featuring Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem, on Thursday.
Bromiley and Ness Saban arranged the arrangement for "The Hunter's Prayer" for the benefit of Saban Films. WME Global co-spoke to US rights with CAA, and with Sierra-Affinity taking care of worldwide rights.