Aaron Taylor-Johnson Reunites With Director David Mackenzie for “Fuze” Crime Thriller

Aaron Taylor-Johnson and director David Mackenzie reunite for crime thriller “Fuze,” blending bomb drama with a bank heist.

  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson reunites with director David Mackenzie for the crime thriller “Fuze.”
  • The film combines bomb-defusing drama with a bank robbery plot.
  • European production group Anton is financing and selling “Fuze.”
  • The story begins with the discovery of a WWII bomb at a London construction site.
  • The bomb leads to a mass evacuation as bomb disposal experts work to defuse it.
  • Concurrently, a bank heist unfolds amidst the chaos of the evacuation.
  • Pre-sales for “Fuze” will commence at the European Film Market in Berlin.
  • UTA Independent Film Group and WME Independent will co-represent U.S. rights.

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  • Gillian Berrie, known for “Outlaw King” and “Tetris,” will produce the film through Sigma Films.
  • “Hell or High Water” cinematographer Giles Nuttgens will lens the movie.
  • Director David Mackenzie will work from an original script by Ben Hopkins.
  • Mackenzie aims to combine the tension of an unexploded bomb with the intensity of a bank robbery.
  • Anton plans to present a sizzle reel for “Fuze” to buyers at EFM.
  • Other projects on Anton’s Berlin slate include psychological horror film “Palette” and “A Prayer for the Dying.”
  • Taylor-Johnson, Mackenzie, Berrie, and Nuttgens are all represented by various agencies.

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