Warren Adler

Grey Eagle films

Grey Eagle Films is an independent film production company exclusively developing the literary properties of iconic American author Warren Adler (The War of the Roses, Random Hearts).

Grey Eagle Films

TARGET CHURCHILL

TARGET CHURCHILL

TOP MEDIA PICKUPS 

VARIETY: Soviet  Spy Thriller “Target Churchill” Movie in the Works

International Media:

LENTA.RU: В Голливуде придумали покушение советского разведчика на Черчилля

FILMWEB (Poland); Autor powieściowej “Wojny państwa Rose” szykuje zamach sowietów na Churchilla

Mourning Glory

Mourning Glory

Produced by Grey Eagle Films with screen adaptation by Karen Leigh Hopkins

Top Media Pickups

VARIETY EXCLUSIVE: “Dark Comedy Novels in the Works as Movie (EXCLUSIVE)”

 

Residue

Residue

Produced by Grey Eagle Films with screen adaptation by actor and director Vondie Curtis-Hall

Top Media Pickups

VARIETY EXCLUSIVE: Vondie Curtis-Hall Directing Thriller ‘Residue’ 

INDIE WIRE: Vondie Curtis-Hall Signs Up to Adapt and Direct ‘Residue’ (Thriller About Bombing of a Black Church)

The Serpent’s Bite

The Serpent’s Bite

Produced by Grey Eagle Films
Co-Produced by Anna Camp (Pitch Perfect, True Blood, The Help)            

To be adapted by Alexa Alemanni and Joe Boothe (The Librarians)

Top Media Pickups

Anna Camp’s Thriller ‘Serpent’s Bite’ to Be Written by Alexa Alemanni and Joe Boothe (VARIETY Exclusive)

Pitch Perfect Star Anna Camp Boards Drama ‘The Serpent’s Bite’ (VARIETY Exclusive)

Anna Camp in for ‘The Serpent’s Bite’ (The Movie Network)

Pitch Perfect 2 Star Anna Camp to Co-Produce and Star in Adaptation of ‘The Serpent’s Bite’ Based on Novel by Bestselling “War of the Roses” Author Warren Adler (MarketWatch)

 

TORTURE MAN

TORTURE MAN

Produced by Grey Eagle Films with screen adaptation by Blacklist Screenwriter Hernany Perla

“Hernany Perla, who recently sold the blacklist script BLINK to Atlast Independent along with Revelations to Lotus Entertainment, has signed on as screenwriter to adapt the forthcoming Fall 2015 hostage-suspense novel TORTURE MAN by bestselling author Warren Adler…TORTURE MAN follows Former CIA operative Carl Hellmann and prominent anti-war activist Sarah Raab, fierce opponents on the war on terrorism and practice of torture. Carl has dedicated his life to the unconditional service of his country, while Sarah relentlessly strives to uphold the conscience of her nation. Their lives become inextricably joined when Sarah is at the mercy of Carl’s interrogation skills to rescue her 11-year old daughter Rachel, who is kidnapped by Islamist terrorists for a 10 million dollar ransom.”

Top Media Pickups

VARIETY EXCLUSIVE: Warren Adler’s Thriller ‘Torture Man’ in the Works as a Movie

DIGITAL JOURNAL: Blacklist Screenwriter Hernany Perla to Adapt Warren Adler’s Forthcoming Fall 2015 Novel TORTURE MAN

International Media Pickups

Torture Man: il romanzo di Warren Adler arriva al cinema

 

 

Funny Boys

Funny Boys

Co-Produced by Grey Eagle Films in partnership with Julian McMahon(Nip/Tuck, Fantastic Four) and Charlie Loventhal (The First Time, Meet Market)

Pickups

“Funny Boys” Movie in the Work with Julian McMahon
Movie Adaptation “Funny Boys” in the Works with Julian McMahon

International Pickups

“Funny Boys”-Verfilmung mit Julian McMahon

Capitol Crimes

Capitol Crimes

(based on Warren Adler’s Fiona Fitzgerald Mystery Series)

Co-Produced by Grey Eagle Films and Sennet Entertainment

GREY EAGLE FILMS

CEO – JONATHAN ROBERT ADLER

Jonathan R. Adler has been an entrepreneurial force in media, management and M&A for the past 35+ years. Since age 19, when he helped found and manage Washington Dossier magazine, Adler has been building, buying and selling businesses ranging in revenue from $5M to $100M and managing teams from start-ups to over 2,500 employees. He has also been a successful investor in more than 20 other companies and projects. As a disruptor he has transformed industries and adjusted to change by bucking the status quo and re-imagining businesses.

Adler is currently the chairman of BizBash Media, another first of its kind disruptive media & marketplace for the corporate event industry with $8M in revenue, 50 employees with a North American footprint. As the COO and board member of Sport and Health, a fitness company with 2,500 employees, Adler managed and navigated the complex and evolving fitness industry, resulting in the successful sale of the company. He has been involved in various M&A activities in these companies as well as several other companies in and out of his portfolio. Currently Adler’s primary focus is the success of Grey Eagle Films, Grey Eagle Film Development, Stonehouse Productions and getting film, lives plays and television projects into production. Adler will begin fundraising for Grey Eagle Films Production Fund in the fall for 2016. The fund will co-finance production of its first 5 films.

He is leveraging his prior experience, financial discipline and hard-charging entrepreneurial spirit to help develop and produce Warren Adler’s works into feature films, plays, and television productions. A native Washingtonian, Adler is a graduate of the University of Maryland, an active member of YPO/WPO as well as other civic and cultural endeavors.

CEO – JONATHAN ROBERT ADLER

COO – STEPHEN GREENWALD

Stephen R. Greenwald has been professionally involved in the motion picture and related media industries for over 25 years as an attorney, financier, corporate executive, producer and valuation consultant. His experience has encompassed all aspects of the entertainment business, including development, production, international distribution, film financing, film and film library and literary work valuations, media company reorganizations and film studio construction and operation. He has arranged financing for film production and distribution in the United States, Europe and Australia. He has also acted as a consultant and expert witness in litigation involving film and television and other intellectual property matters, including valuations of intellectual property.

From 1980 to 1985 Stephen, along with a partner, acted as a principal and general partner in approximately 20 partnerships formed to invest in motion pictures and real estate.

In 1985, Stephen joined the producer Dino De Laurentiis to acquire the assets of Embassy Pictures Corp. from its then owner, Coca-Cola Inc. (through its subsidiary Columbia Pictures). Stephen then became President of the corporate division of De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, the company formed to acquire the Embassy assets.

In February 1988, Stephen became Chairman, President and CEO of DEG. In that capacity he managed and oversaw the restructuring and reorganization of the company. He also served as CEO of the film distribution companies, Odyssey Pictures and Vision International Since 1990, Stephen acted as consultant to major US and European banks and to US media companies in connection with film industry matters. His clients have included Bank of America, Credit Lyonnais Bank, Sony Pictures, Imperial Kapital GMBH and MGM/UA. Stephen has also been retained to value intellectual property including literary works and films by the owners of such works and/or potential acquirers, including the valuation of the Thorn-EMI library of 1600 films, the Filmation animated film library, the Elia Kazan film library. He has also performed a valuation of television program rights for the Australian Revenue Department.

In addition to his professional activities Stephen has lectured and spoken on film financing and distribution and the media and entertainment industry before various groups, and has taught courses on entertainment financing, entertainment law, and the film industry, at the Cardozo School of Law and Metropolitan College of New York, where he served as President from 1999 to 2007 and The College of Management Law School in Israel Stephen is the co-author with Paula Landry of “This Business of Film” published by Random House in February, 2009.

COO – STEPHEN GREENWALD

HEAD OF CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT – MICHAEL ADLER

Mr. Adler is responsible for all the creative elements at Grey Eagle Films including working with the writers and assisting in all aspects of production. He has written screenplays, trained as a film director at USC (where he directed the award-winning short ,”The Proposal”) and has an intimate knowledge of how screenplays are structured and told. He was the publisher of Video Forecaster, a magazine that was dedicated to assessing the amount and choice of DVD’s to stock during the heyday of video stores He has also been a busy character actor for decades. He trained at The Bristol Old Vic with Daniel Day-Lewis, Greta Scacchi and Miranda Richardson and spent a number of years doing regional theater before moving to L.A. to pursue TV and film. He has guest-starred on such shows as Shark, House M.D., “The O.C.” (2003), NYPD Blue, Crossing Jordan, Las VegasNCIS and ER. His most memorable film roles include Edward Olmos’ substitute teacher in Stand and Deliver and his silly cameo in Liar Liar where Jim Carrey violently pulled off his toupee and stuck it to the wall.

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