CONSENT TO KILL has a director (with comments from Vince Flynn). Jan12

CONSENT TO KILL has a director (with comments from...

According to Variety, Antoine Fuqua (TRAINING DAY, SHOOTER) is on board to direct CONSENT TO KILL, the first film to feature Vince Flynn’s bestselling character Mitch Rapp.After what seems like a lifetime, this project is finally making progress. First an agreed upon script from Jonathan Lemkin, now a director.Fuqua has been able to mix action with solid characters, something many action helmers seem to lack.Vince is confident that Fuaqua is a good choice:”I think Antoine has done some amazing stuff. Visually he gets it, and when it comes to gritty action he is one of the best in the business. I am very excited to have him...

CONSENT TO KILL takes another small step towards big screen. Nov13

CONSENT TO KILL takes another small step towards b...

A bit of good news for Vince Flynn/Mitch Rapp fans:Word has come that a script has been approved and a list of 25 directors is being purused for Mr. Right. Producers are hoping to have someone in place by Christmas.Still no word on casting, but the list is small at this point and I would expect the start of the new year to have some exciting info.

Vince Flynn’s CONSENT TO KILL film update. Oct26

Vince Flynn’s CONSENT TO KILL film update.

Since reporting Vince Flynn’s film/book deal with CBS/Simon & Schuster, I have been asked, almost daily, for news on the film front.Who will be playing Mitch?Who is directing?When is it being made?Well, I don’t really have answers to those questions, but I do have a bit of an update:There is a screenplay by Jonathan Lemkin that seems promising. At this time, a draft to floating past all of the involved parties. If everyone is on the same page, things should start gaining momentum in the new year. The script is based on the 2005 novel CONSENT TO KILL.For years, Mitch Rapp’s bold actions have saved the lives of countless...

Vince Flynn signs new book/film deal with CBS. Feb25

Vince Flynn signs new book/film deal with CBS.

Best-selling author Vince Flynn has signed a comprehensive new deal that will keep his work in the CBS Corporation for the foreseeable future.First,CBS films has acquired the film rights to Flynn’s novels and plans to launch a franchise based on his character Mitch Rapp. Rapp, a CIA operative, has been the star of eight of Flynn’s nine books.Amy Baer, President & CEO of CBS Films:”One of my first goals for CBS Films was to find a character-based movie franchise. With the Mitch Rapp series, Vince Flynn has created a relatable, modern, post-9/11 hero for the action/thriller genre. It is an amazing collection of creative material...