Jason Bateman is currently at work on a brand-new project, the adaptation of Joseph Cox’s upcoming thriller book Dark Wire, as he maintains his positive working relationship with Netflix. We’ll be covering all the information you need to know about Dark Wire, including the plot, cast news, production updates, and the Netflix release date. Dark Wire is presently in the early phases of development. Based on the upcoming novel by Joseph Cox, the Netflix Original thriller film Dark Wire will be produced and directed by Ozark’s Emmy Award winner Jason Bateman. The movie’s screenplay was written by Operation Finale’s Matthew Orton, who also adapted Cox’s book. Aggregate Films and 21 Laps Entertainment co-produced the film, with Shawn Levy (Stranger Things) producing through 21 Laps and Jason Bateman producing through Aggregate Films. The film is also produced by Dan Cohen (The Adam Project), Michale Costigan (Sound of Metal), Dan Levine (Shadow and Bone), and Tracey Nyberg (Ready or Not).
What’s the storyline of Dark Wire?
The plot summary for Dark Wire is taken from ProductionWeekly and reads as follows: The story of how the FBI launched one of the biggest sting operations in history, an infiltration of the most notorious crime syndicates in the world, and reveals how the underworld has evolved into a globalised economy in its own right that is ruthlessly effective, technologically advanced, and impossible to police without crossing difficult ethical boundaries.
Who are the Dark Wire cast members?
Dark Wire’s cast has not yet been officially announced, but we anticipate that will change soon. As a result, it is also uncertain whether Jason Bateman will also serve as the film’s director, producer, and star. The project is only in active development at the time of writing, and there are no set dates for filming.