in Post-Production. Filmed in Nashville, Tenn.
This script was a runner-up in the 2003 Project
From Empire online:
". . . Julian McMahon of "Nip/Tuck"
fame signed on for Indy drama "Prisoner", which will be
penned and helmed by directorial debutants David Alford
and Robert Lynn.
"Playing a Hollywood director who is taken hostage
whilst on a scouting mission to find a disused prison
for a film location, McMahon will star alongside
Elias Koteas (Crash,
Traffic), the delectable but unpronounceable Dagmara
Dominczyk, Kim Raver (from 24), Rocky Carroll (Crimson
Tide, Spiderman 2) and Tom Guiry (Tigerland, Mystic
River). They may not be household names, but they're
accomplished character actors all.
"The idea of a character being imprisoned in some form
of abandoned building is hardly groundbreaking, but the
irony of a Hollywood director being banged up as a
result of his own lazy imagination could prove
entertaining. And McMahon is certainly on a roll – the
Bond talk may have calmed down slightly, but he's still
building a reputation as an A-lister of tomorrow. Let's
hope that this helps him get there. We'll keep you up to
date as we find out more."