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Netflix buys global rights on ‘Heart of Stone’ thriller from Skydance


Washington (US): Online streamer Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights of Gal Gadot-led espionage thriller ‘Heart of Stone’, which was developed by Skydance Media.

According to Variety, ‘Heart of Stone’ marks the second major movie that Skydance has siphoned off this week.

Earlier on Tuesday (local time), Amazon Studios had nabbed the rights for the science-fiction spectacle ‘The Tomorrow War,’ starring Chris Pratt.

Although ‘The Tomorrow War’ has been completely shot and is being completely purchased by Amazon, Gadot starred ‘Heart of Stone’ is in the early stages of production and has not been shot yet.

As per Variety, the international action epic is being directed by ‘Wild Rose’ and ‘The Aeronauts’ filmmaker Tom Harper from the screenplay of Greg Rucka and Allison Shroeder.

The details of the plot have been kept under the wraps as of now. 


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