CAST & CREW


Over the years, I have thanked many people in the acknowledgement sections of my novels, but that number pales in comparison to the personnel involved in making a movie. I won’t be able to keep track of everyone on this page, but I intend to compile a list of key people that can be used as a guide for THE HUNTERS movie.


Director John Moore (A Good Day To Die Hard, Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines)

Writer Robert Mark Kamen (Taken, The Transporter, The Karate Kid)

Writer Chris Kuzneski (a lot of porn; most of it tasteful)

Producer
Piers Tempest (Grabbers, Robot Overlords, Killing Bono)

Producer Mark Huffam (World War Z, Prometheus, Game of Thrones)

Producer Peter Veverka (A Good Day To Die Hard, Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines)

Producer
Don Carmody (Chicago, Whiteout, Pompeii)

Producer David Cormican (The Tall Man, Faces in the Crowd)

Producer
Jo Bamford (The Forgotten Ones, The Hunters)

Executive Producer Scott Mednick (300, Superman Returns, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

Casting Director Reg Poerscout-Edgerton (Avengers 2, Guardians of the Galaxy)

Brand ManagerChris Smith (Managing Partner of Romelle Swire)

Concept Artist
Chris Rosewarne (Avengers 2, Guardians of the Galaxy, Skyfall)

Visual Effects SupervisorEverett Burrell (A Good Day To Die Hard, Fury, Prometheus)

Production Company Tempo Productions (Robot Overlords, The Hunters)

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We’re blessed to have many of the top people in the business working on this film, so we’re off to a great start. From what I’ve been told, the three most important things to have in place this early in the process—besides a visionary director and successful producers—are a great screenplay, cool concept art, and financing. Not surprisingly, the first two (the screenplay and the concept art) directly leads to the third (a shitload of money).

Until recently, I only had a vague notion of concept art. The term is pretty self-explanatory, yet I didn’t realize how important it was to the look and feel of a film. Thankfully, we have one of the best artists in Hollywood (or in his case, England) working on THE HUNTERS. His name is Chris Rosewarne, and his artwork is amazing. If you have an extra minute or two, check out his
website because it’s awesome.

To get you started, here are some images from his portfolio:

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Concept art for
Skyfall


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Concept art for
Skyfall


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Concept art for A Good Day To Die Hard


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Concept art for A Good Day To Die Hard


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Concept art for Max Payne

CAST & CREW


Over the years, I have thanked many people in the acknowledgement sections of my novels, but that number pales in comparison to the personnel involved in making a movie. I won’t be able to keep track of everyone on this page, but I intend to compile a list of key people that can be used as a guide for THE HUNTERS movie.


Director John Moore (A Good Day To Die Hard, Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines)

Writer Robert Mark Kamen (Taken, The Transporter, The Karate Kid)

Writer Chris Kuzneski (a lot of porn; most of it tasteful)

Producer
Piers Tempest (Grabbers, Robot Overlords, Killing Bono)

Producer Mark Huffam (World War Z, Prometheus, Game of Thrones)

Producer Peter Veverka (A Good Day To Die Hard, Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines)

Producer
Don Carmody (Chicago, Whiteout, Pompeii)

Producer David Cormican (The Tall Man, Faces in the Crowd)

Producer
Jo Bamford (The Forgotten Ones, The Hunters)

Executive Producer Scott Mednick (300, Superman Returns, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

Casting Director Reg Poerscout-Edgerton (Avengers 2, Guardians of the Galaxy)

Brand ManagerChris Smith (Managing Partner of Romelle Swire)

Concept Artist
Chris Rosewarne (Avengers 2, Guardians of the Galaxy, Skyfall)

Visual Effects SupervisorEverett Burrell (A Good Day To Die Hard, Fury, Prometheus)

Production Company Tempo Productions (Robot Overlords, The Hunters)