Seth Larney’s ‘2067’ to get wide release in China

‘2067’ (Photo credit: Matt Byrne).

Seth Larney’s sci-fi mystery thriller 2067 will be released in China on at least 10,000 screens next year.

Odin’s Eye Entertainment clinched the deal for the film starring Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ryan Kwanten, Deborah Mailman, Aaron Glenane, Damian Walshe-Howling, Leeanna Walsman and Finn Little with Jl Vision.

The Chinese distributor has released a string of Hollywood and indie titles including Creed II, Guardians of the Galaxy, Fighting With My Family, If Beale Street Could Talk, King Of Thieves, A Private War and Vox Lux.

It’s the second major deal for the film produced by Arcadia’s Lisa Shaunessy and Kojo Entertainment’s Kate Croser. Shout! Studios pre-bought North American rights to the thriller set in a deforested and oxygen-deprived world reeling from climate change.

“2067 is a sci-fi film which we are very excited about. I strongly believe this film will make Chinese audiences feel exhilarated,” said Jl Vision CEO Ricky Qi.

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