JOSÉ PADILHA ATTACHED TO WRITE AND DIRECT FEATURE FILM ‘DEAD OR ALIVE’ WITH GREG SILVERMAN’S STAMPEDE  FOR NETFLIX

  • Director: Jose Padilha (Narcos, Robocop, Elite Squad, Elite Squad: The Enemy Within)
  • Screenwriters: Jose Padilha, Peter Maguire
  • Producers: Jose Padilha, and Stampede’s Greg Silverman
  • Logline: Dead Or Alive is the untold saga of two mixed martial artists, Mitsuyo Maeda and Rickson Gracie, who helped pioneer Brazilian jiu-jitsu and how the ultimate martial arts traveled from Tokyo, Japan to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • The deal comes on the heels of Padilha’s successful collaborations with Netflix, Narcos and the hit Brazilian series O Mecanismo, which is set to launch season two.
  • Said Stampede’s Greg Silverman:”This is a film with universal appeal with remarkable real-life characters. Rickson Gracie is one of the greatest fighters of all time and we are honored to share his story, stated Silverman. “I have been an admirer of Jose’s for years, and we are honored he has chosen Stampede to collaborate with on Dead or Alive, and to share it with Netflix’s global audience.

ABOUT STAMPEDE:
Stampede is an independent entertainment media company founded by Greg Silverman, the former President of Warner Bros. Pictures. The company’s lead investor and Co-Chairman is Gideon Yu, former CFO of Facebook and YouTube, and Co-Owner of the San Francisco 49ers. Additional investors include leaders from Silicon Valley, Asia, and the U.S. media space. Stampede is on the forefront of content creation across the divisions of film, television and alternative programming.

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