Renascence developed treatments/screenplays which became the basis for successful movies: Academy Award Nominee, Straight Outta Compton (B.O. $200MM); The Cell (B.O. $105MM); Cross Roads (B.O. $65MM); XxX:State of the Union (B.O. $71MM); and, Tower Heist (B.O. $152MM)... thereby demonstrating Renascence’s ability to develop pre-market tested screenplays and proof of concept.

The following cited produced and distributed projects and our related screenplays represent the opportunity for us to produce movies based on proven stories, structures, characterizations, and scenes. In other words, we get to hedge our production bets:

1. 2000 The Cell (Our screenplay: THE RIDE: New Line)

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2000 Academy Awards®
Nominated for One Oscar.
Submitted to New Line Executive Matt Alvarez (Currently Head of Production at Broad Green Entertainment).

$61,334,059
New Line
August 18, 2000
Sci-Fi Thriller
1 hrs. 47 min.
R
$30 million



$61,334,059 58.9%
$42,821,784 41.1% $5,326,613 Germany
$104,155,843
Tarsem

2. 2002 Crossroads (Our screenplay: ROADBLOCKS: Paramount)

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Opening Weekend:
Our project was submitted to Justin Timberlake and Producer Anne Carli.

$37,191,304
Paramount
February 15, 2002
Drama
1 hrs. 33 min.
PG-13
$12 million


$37,191,304 60.8%
$23,949,726 39.2% $2,749,018 Germany
$61,141,030

$14,527,187

3. 2005 XXX: State of the Union (Our screenplay NEXXUS: Sony)

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Our project was submitted to head of production for Revolution Entertainment Todd Garner.

$26,873,932
Sony (Revolution)
April 29, 2005
Action Thriller
1 hrs. 33 min.
PG-13
N/A


$26,873,932 37.8%
$44,148,761 62.2% $3,500,000 Germany (SONY)
$71,022,693

4. 2011 Tower Heist (Our screenplay: THE ARTIST: Universal)

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Our project was submitted to then Universal Pictures creative executive Andrew Rona.

$78,046,570
Release Date: November 4, 2011
Comedy
1 hrs. 44 min.
PG-13
$75 million


$78,046,570 51.0%
$74,884,053 49.0% $4,430,889 Germany
$152,930,623

5. 2015 Straight Outta Compton (Our screenplay: PLEASE LISTEN TO MY DEMO which was inspired by our screenplays CROSS FIRE and ROAD BLOCKS: New Line/Universal)

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2015 Academy Awards® Nominated for One Oscar.
My screenplay was purchased by Andre Young (Dr. Dre), polished and produced.

$161,197,785
Universal
August 14, 2015
Drama
2 hrs. 27 min.
R
$28 million


$161,197,785 79.9%
$40,437,206 20.1% $5,355,084 Germany (UIP)
$201,634,991
Dr. Dre; Matt Alvarez; Ice Cube; Will Packer (executive)

Our screenplays were registered with the WGA before they were submitted to producers and distributors for production consideration. They remain registered and protected today. In other words, we can garner benefits from producing projects with proven marketability... and, most of the projects, like "Straight Outta Compton," have big music components.