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.

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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