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Saban Films has acquired North American rights to Kristoffer Nyholm’s KEEPERS



Saban Films has acquired North American rights to Kristoffer Nyholm’s Keepers, starring Gerard Butler (Geostorm, 300), Peter Mullan (Top of the Lake, Children of Men) and Connor Swindells. The thriller was produced by Andy Evans, Ade Shannon and Sean Marley for Mad As Birds Films, Butler and Alan Siegel for G-BASE, and Jason Seagraves and Maurice Fadida.

Written by Joe Bone and Celyn Jones, and inspired by the Flannan Isle mystery, Keepers tells the story of three lighthouse keepers arriving on a remote, uninhabited island for a six-week shift, who discover something potentially life-changing that isn’t theirs to keep. Soon the three are locked in a tense battle for survival, fed by isolation and paranoia, as personal greed replaces loyalty.

“Gerard brings a charm and tact to the grittiness of this action-packed film,” said Saban Films CEO Bill Bromiley. “Keepers is full of tension, allure, and suspense. We absolutely love it.”

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