Film Office On Three Productions Completed In New Mexico

NMFO News:

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Film Office has just announced three feature films that were shot in New Mexico have completed production in recent months.

The three films include:

  • Vengeance;
  • Cop Shop; and
  • Intrusion.

The feature Vengeance, produced by Blumhouse, was filmed in Albuquerque in November 2020.

Vengeance employed more than 100 New Mexico crew members, more than 20 New Mexico principal actors and more than 50 background talent.

B.J. Novak (The Office, Inglorious Basterds, Saving Mr. Banks) wrote and directed the film. The film’s logline is being kept under wraps. Jason Blum (Halloween, The Invisible Man), Adam Hendricks and Greg Gilteath are producing. Leigh Kilton-Smith, Chris Warner, and Novak are executive producers. Vengeance is a Blumhouse Production in association with Divide/Conquer.

For more information, contact: Karen@blumhouse.com.

The feature Cop Shop is directed by Joe Carnahan (The A-Team, Smokin’ Aces) and produced by Warren Goz (The Marksman) and Eric Gold (The Marksman), was filmed in Albuquerque in November 2020.

Principal cast includes Gerard Butler (300, The Bounty Hunter) and Frank Grillo (The Grey, Captain America).

Cop Shop employed more than 50 New Mexico crew members, approximately 25 New Mexico principal actors and 30 background talent.

After a crime syndicate fixer gets himself intentionally incarcerated, arresting officer Valerie Young must piece together the nefarious puzzle that put him there, before evil forces converge and threaten them all.

For more information, contact: Trevor Osmond, tosmond@sculptormedia.com

The Netflix feature Intrusion is directed by Adam Salky (I Smile Back, Dare) and produced by Kyle Benn, Josh Weinstock, Alexandra Milchan, and Matthew Myers was filmed in Albuquerque in October, November and December of 2020.

Principal cast includes Logan Marshall-Green (Spider-Man: Homecoming) and Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire).

Intrusion employed more than 130 New Mexico crew members, approximately 30 New Mexico principal actors and more than 130 background talent.

A couple’s home is invaded one night and the husband shoots all three Intruders. As they try to move on with their lives, the wife discovers that her husband was connected to the stated men and may have been involved in the disappearance of one of the men’s daughter.

All film and television productions in New Mexico are required to adhere to the state’s operative emergency public health order, associated public health restrictions and COVID Safe Practices. Those restrictions include but are not limited to the adherence to occupancy maximums, the maintaining of a six-foot distance between individuals, wearing masks at all times, daily disinfection, symptom screenings, and more.

The New Mexico Film Office has released Back2One, a catchall set of principles, general recommendations, and resources for film and television productions operating during COVID-19. Back2One recommendations and other COVID Safe Practices can be found at nmfilm.com.

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