Vin Diesel Acquires the Rights to the XXX Franchise.

Vin Diesel Acquires the Rights to the XXX Franchise.

Vin Diesel is arguably one of the biggest Action Stars with 2 major franchises below his belt. ( Fat and Furious , and XXX)  Vin Has now decided that he wants the whole and sole control to one of those franchises and he along with  H Collective  have acquired rights from Revolution Studios  for XXX.

Revolutionary Studios which distributed the first 3 films has decided to sell the Franchise to Vin and his partners for reasons unknown. However one this is for sure that Vin will be collaborating with Director DJ Curuso for the 4 th part. DJ incidentally did the third one as well.

The “xXx” franchise, which includes 2002’s “xXx,” 2o05’s “xXx: State of the Union,” and  2017’s “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” has collectively grossed nearly $1 billion at the worldwide box-office. Diesel’s Xander Cage character is an extreme sports enthusiast and reluctant spy for the National Security Agency.

H Collective will finance xXx 4 alongside investment partners including Sparkle Roll Media, HCH Media, Dadi Cinema, and Angeleno Studio , Diesel’s one Race film will handle the production.

H Collective CEO Nic Crawley had said that During his time at Paramount he was lucky to be involved in the development and distribution of ‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage and The response from the Chinese box office was unprecedented.

Diesel has decided to cast a bunch of diverse actors from all over the globe to  make sure the film outperforms north America by miles.

We at amdb.in wish the entire team all the very best.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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