Investment in the film industry is highly speculative and inherently risky.
There can be no assurance of the economic success of any motion picture
since the revenues derived from the production and distribution of a motion
picture depend primarily upon its acceptance by the public, which cannot be
The commercial success of a motion picture also depends upon the quality
and acceptance of other competing films released into the marketplace at or
near the same time, general economic factors, and other tangible and
intangible factors, all of which can change and cannot be predicted with
Log Line: SHADOW KILLERS
The leader of a covert military unit turns against his
own men to save an American college girl after her
plane goes down in the jungles of Nicaragua.
Benefits/What Can Be Expected
• Strong potential of long running franchise with multiple sequels on
the level of James Bond or Jason Bourne
• Story of loyalty, friendship, love, deceit, revenge and redemption
• Holds your interest, not predictable, keeps you guessing
Director – Wish List
• Dominic Sena (Whiteout, Swordfish, Gone in 60 Seconds)
• Roger Donaldson (The Bank Job, The Recruit)
• Martin Campbell (Casino Royale, Legend of Zorro, Vertical Limit)
• Jan de Bont (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, The Haunting)
• Renny Harlin (Cleaner)
• Jesse V. Johnson Great value for the dollar and knows stunts.
In talks with CAA.
The lead roles:
SGT. REED GRANGER (protagonist): Early 30s, American. The team leader of a secret, well-
trained government assassination unit. He is plagued by memories of his wife and her death 12
years earlier. He’s been having serious doubts about his work after he is forced to kill a woman on
his latest assignment.
SGT. VICTOR DANZIG (antagonist): Mid-30s, American. Second in command of the
assassination unit, but a near equal and longtime rival to Granger. Where Granger’s conscience has
been eating at him, Danzig has gone the other way. Too much killing has driven him over the edge.
He always follows orders and nothing will get in the way of that.
SARAH HUNT (damsel in distress): 22, American, blonde, senior in college (Vanderbilt),
mechanical engineering major and cross-country runner. The privileged daughter of a U.S. Senator.
High-spirited, intelligent, a quick learner. After a plane crash, her father is murdered and she is
forced to escape a crew of hired killers, with the help of Granger. Light and breezy in the best of
situations, here she is wily, adaptable and clever. And she has instant chemistry with Granger. A
highly emotional role with surprising elements.
COL. GLORIA SCHALLERT: Female, 40s to 60s. Granger’s tough, no-nonsense superior. Senior
control officer. Career in military intelligence. Weary. Dogged by demons she chooses to ignore.
Like Granger, Schallert is forced to make a choice about whether to follow orders, and ultimately
must decide whether honesty or loyalty is more important.
Lead Actor – Wish List
STAR 1 – Role of Granger
Nim’s Island, P.S. I Love You, 300
Agent: Creative Artists Agency (CAA) Josh Lieberman
Dwayne Johnson (I)
The Scorpion King (2002) aka "The Rock“
Agent: United Talent Agency (UTA) – Darren Statt
Lead Actor – Wish List
STAR 2 – Role of Danzig
The Bank Job, War, Crank, Transporter 1&2
Agent: Creative Artists Agency (CAA) Josh Lieberman
Powerful choice for action/crime genre with continuing franchise
Doom, The Bourne Supremacy, & Lord of the Rings:
Return of the King
Agent: William Morris Endeavor (WME) Entertainment
Lead Actor – Cast
STAR 3 – Role of Sarah Hunt (this part is cast)
Lead and Title role in Resurrection Mary 2007
Agent: Cavaleri & Associates - Cinthia Becks
Born: 2 July 1988
Pamela was instrumental in the development of this script
Major Supporting Actress –Wish List
STAR 4 – Role of Col. Gloria Schallert
Dangerous Liaisons, Mars Attacks! Sunset Boulevard, Air
Force One, 101 Dalmatians
Agent: Creative Artists Agency (CAA) - Kevin Huvane
Born: 19 March 1947, USA (age 61)
Good as It Gets, Twister, What Women Want
Agent: Creative Artists Agency (CAA) - Craig Gering
Born: 15 June 1963, USA (age 45)
Strong look to be Pamela’s (Sarah Hunt’s) Mother
Story by Jesse V. Johnson
Jesse V. Johnson has been in the movie industry for
over 20 years being born in to a family well known for
stunt work. Johnson has himself written, produced,
directed or performed stunt work in over 40 pictures.
Shadow Killers was a collaboration between Johnson
and Pamela Jean.
Zack Van Eyck, Co-Writer
Zack Van Eyck is the creator and co-writer of the movie Jupiter
Landing and has two scripts slated for production in 2009. He also
has written and directed two cable television shows. Prior to entering
the entertainment industry, Van Eyck won numerous awards as a
sportswriter, including an Alaska Press Club Award for Best Sports
Column. He segued from sports writing to a successful career as a
news journalist, winning two national awards for investigative
Frederick Bailey, Co-Writer (Photo not available)
In more than 23 years in the film industry, Frederick Bailey has written over 22 films and
television shows, primarily in the action and thriller genres. In addition, he has been an
associate producer on three of these projects and directed one. Two of Bailey’s films are
currently in post-production and scheduled for release in 2009 and 2010.
High Integrity Productions, LLC is a California Limited Liability Company
developing and producing the feature film Shadow Killers. This action/thriller is
budgeted at $20.0 million.
The Company’s objectives are to:
• develop and produce a film that will resonate with both domestic and foreign
• maintain strong management control over production to obtain the best quality
• pursue independent production financing in order to assure the best possible
distribution in the US and foreign markets, thereby maximizing return on
investment to the investors
High Integrity Productions, LLC
11054 Ventura Blvd., Suite 324
Studio City, CA 91604
 776-1995 Business
 313-9606 Cell
Dale Noble, Producer
Dale Noble has been involved in the film industry for the past
10 years. In 1999, he set up Integrity Talent Entertainment to
manage the careers of actors. Noble formed High Integrity
Productions, LLC to produce feature films in 2006. The
company’s first film, Resurrection Mary, was released in 2007.
Noble comes to the entertainment industry with an extensive
background in business. Since 1981, he has owned and
operated a unique business called Doll City. Through its
trademarks, he has bought and sold over 20 companies.
Currently, he licenses names for clothing, entertainment and
many other items.
Distribution For Action Films
Lions Gate Films, known for distribution of action and franchise
films including Crank and Transporter, to date over 450 films
Sony, proven success with over 400 films including Spiderman and
James Bond franchise with world-wide distribution
Universal Pictures, over 5,450 films including Scorpion King and
Fast and Furious franchise
We will be looking at these studios due to their highly successful
track record in distributing franchise films.
Marketing geared toward both younger and mature audiences
as well as both male and female moviegoers.
• While the box office for action/thriller films has usually been thought
of as being driven by young men, they have equal attraction for
mature audiences. Additionally, there is no longer a great divide
between male and female moviegoers
• Viewers age 12-24 equal 28% of theatrical admissions
• Viewers age 25-39 equal 27% of theatrical admissions
• Viewers age 40+ has consistently grown, making up 45% of film
• Potential 174 million viewers in these three age groups
With a strong story line and appeal to both genders, “Shadow Killers”
will keep viewers interested enough for repeat viewing
Return on Investment
• Section 181 provides 100% tax write-off at time of investment
• Start of filming to release typically 12 to 18 months, making
return, long term capital gains
• 120% return on investment and 50% of profits
• Branding and product placement estimated at $2M - $5M
• Estimated tax credits $3M - $6M depending on filming location
• $5M - $11M in branding and tax credits returned to investors
as long term capital gains
• $5M - $11M in returns on $20M investment before box office