Deadline confirms what we reported a few weeks ago on twitter, is the new director of 'Mission: Blacklist'. According to the article, filming is schedule to the fall
The Swedish invasion into Hollywood continues. Jesper Ganslandt has been tapped to direct Robert Pattinson in the psychological thriller Mission: Blacklist, about a brilliant young military interrogator who spearheads the capture of Saddam Hussein. Pic is based on the life of soldier-turned-intelligence agent Eric Maddox, who funneled his experiences into the 2008 nonfic book Mission: Black List #1 – The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein – As Told by the Soldier Who Masterminded His Capture. The Code Entertainment project was first announced last year in Cannes back when Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire was set to direct. Following Sauvaire’s departure Ganslandt stepped in and will make his English-language debut after directing three features, Blondie, The Ape, and Falkenberg Farewell, in his native Sweden. Filming is scheduled for the fall.
The script is by Band of Brothers scribe Erik Jendressen, Dylan Kussman, and Trace Sheehan. Ross M. Dinerstein of Preferred Content is producing alongside Jendressen and Kevin Waller, with Code Entertainment producing and financing the project. Jesper is repped by Paradigm and Magnolia.
Dylan Kussman, 'Mission: Blacklist' screenwriter, that first shared the news about Ganslandt, tweeted today a few updates about the script and shooting locations:
ETA: @Blacklist_blog obtained a list from the California Film Comission of productions approved under the Tax Incentive Program. 'Mission: Blacklist' is listed with a start of photography date for September 30, 2013.
Mission: Blacklist is approved under the Tax Incentive Program and its start of photography date is September 30, 2013.
Under this program, the production must film either 75% of its days in California, or spend 70% of its production budget in California.
Click here for more details at Missionblacklist-film.com and to see the full list from the California Film Comission