Jake Gyllenhaal to star in Extraction director Sam Hargrave’s next

Hollywood star Jake Gyllenhaal has been roped in to play a warfare hero within the upcoming movie Fight Management, to be directed by Extraction filmmaker Sam Hargrave.

Fight Management is predicated on the New York Instances bestseller e-book Alone at Daybreak by authors Dan Schilling and Lori Chapman Longfritz. It focuses on the true story of American warfare veteran John Chapman, to be performed by Gyllenhaal.

In response to Deadline, Hargrave and Shelby Malone will function affiliate producers on the venture. Gyllenhaal and Ryan Cassells are connected as government producers.

Michael Russell Gunn has penned the screenplay. The movie will observe the story of Chapman, an Air Pressure Fight Management Technician (CCT) who died in battle in the course of the Struggle in Afghanistan. As there have been no eyewitnesses to his actions, Air Pressure Captain Cora Alexander was tasked with investigating what occurred to Chapman and proving that he was a worthy recipient of a Medal of Honor.

Chapman was awarded a Medal of Honor in 2018. Schilling, who additionally labored as a CCT like Chapman, will function a army marketing consultant on the movie. MGM is in talks to accumulate the venture.

Sam Hargrave. who has served because the stunt coordinator on a lot of Russo Brothers’ movies within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, made his directorial debut with 2020 Netflix action-thriller Extraction, starring Chrism Hemsworth within the lead position. The movie, written by Joe Russo, additionally featured Randeep Hooda, Rudhraksh Jaiswal and Pankaj Tripathi.

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