Absolute Dominion, a new martial arts action drama produced by Blumhouse Television and Netflix, has wrapped production in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here’s a recap of everything we know so far about Lexi Alexander’s next film, written and directed by her
Here’s an overview of what to expect from the feature film.
Desperate for a method to save humanity, the United Nations votes to implement The Battle Of Absolute Dominion, an idea invented by a prominent internet comic Can't sleep?
All qualified belief systems will send one representative to a martial arts competition; the last fighter standing wins ultimate dominance for one faith.”
Producer Lexi Alexander is in charge. Additionally well-known for her accomplishments in the sport of kickboxing, where she won the title, is the Palestinian-American writer and filmmaker.
Green Street Hooligans, Marvel’s Punisher: War Zone, and Lifted are just a few of Alexander’s prior works.
The film is being produced by Blumhouse Television’s Jason Blum
he has worked on several Netflix Original productions with his production company, and it’s important to note that earlier this week, in response to the news that Netflix is losing subscribers
he published an opinion piece in the New York Times calling for reforms to the way the company operates
Despite this, Blumhouse Television has created numerous films for Netflix, including Our Father and Worst Roommate Ever, two of the service’s most well-liked documentaries in 2022.
Along with Scott Putman, John McKeown is also a producer. Executive producers include Jeremy Gold and Chris McCumber. The film’s casting director is Melissa Kostenbauder
Phil Tan is in charge of organising the battles in Absolute Dominion. His credits include Lethal Weapon 4, Bloodsport 2, Martial Law, Showdown in Little Tokyo, and Bloodsport 2.