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About Trigger Street Productions

Trigger Street Productions is an entertainment production company owned and operated by Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti. The Company's credits include Academy Award-nominated Captain Phillips, Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning The Social Network, and the Emmy nominated House of Cards, Bernard and Doris and Recount, as well as numerous other films including 21, Shrink, Fanboys and the stage production The Iceman Cometh.

Trigger Street Productions Headquarter Location

755 A North La Cienega Blvd

West Hollywood, California, 90069,

United States

310-360-1612

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Latest Trigger Street Productions News

Kevin Spacey Backs Out of Joining Relativity Studios as Chairman

Mar 13, 2016

Relativity Shows Bankruptcy Court Sizzle Reel With Kevin Spacey, Movie Clips His Trigger Street partner Dana Brunetti will stay on and could run the film unit with Relativity founder Ryan Kavanaugh if it emerges from bankruptcy Kevin Spacey will not become the chairman of Relativity Studios, according to court papers obtained by TheWrap on Sunday. “It is with much thought and consideration and after many discussions with those I trust most that I have decided not to go through with accepting the role of Chairman at Relativity Studios,” Spacey wrote in a statement dated March 3, which was included in the legal documents. “[A]s Relativity emerges from bankruptcy and now that I have a much deeper understanding of the specifics of the amount of work that will be needed to shepherd the company through this transition I have concluded it is work that I neither have the time nor the wherewithal to take on.” Also Read: Relativity Shows Bankruptcy Court Sizzle Reel With Kevin Spacey, Movie Clips Spacey and his Trigger Street Productions partner Dana Brunetti were both named as creative leaders for Relativity Studios in January. Brunetti is expected to stay on and run the film unit with CEO and chairman Ryan Kavanaugh . The initial plan was for Spacey and Brunetti to take the reins in mid-February and build a film slate from the ashes of bankruptcy. “I believe that the company has tremendous potential, and I welcome the challenge to take the studio to the next level,” Brunetti said in a declaration in the court papers. “As soon as Relativity emerges from chapter 11, we will immediately begin ramping up our development slate and rounding out the production team.” Also Read: 'House of Cards' Star Kevin Spacey Makes CNN an Offer It Can't Refuse (Video) It’s unclear whether Spacey ever really got going in the role because Kavanaugh’s cash-strapped company has not generated much content or production. Relativity filed for bankruptcy in July and has been embroiled in a contentious bankruptcy battle with many high-profile creditors. Because of that, Hollywood was stunned when Kavanaugh announced that Spacey and Brunetti would be taking over the studio. U.S. Bankruptcy judge Michael Wiles must have been impressed, too, because he approved a plan of reorganization for Relativity Media conditional on last-minute documentation on new financing and the studio’s Trigger Street deal with Spacey and Brunetti. Also Read: Ryan Kavanaugh Parts With Relativity's Chief Spokesperson David Shane Hearings are ongoing, but how much of a studio currently exists isn’t clear, since Relativity hasn’t released a film this year. “The Disappointments Room” is scheduled for a March 25 rollout and is one of eight films still on the studio’s slate, but there has been a noticeable dearth of marketing on the Kate Beckinsale horror film, calling its release into question. Ryan Kavanaugh's Orphans: 7 Relativity Movies Now Up in the Air (Photos) Star-studded properties now in limbo include "Masterminds," "Autobahn" and "Jane Got a Gun. " "Jane Got a Gun" (2015) The movie, still set for September 4 release, stars Natalie Portman, Ewan McGregor and Rodrigo Santoro. It's about a woman who asks her ex-lover for help to save her outlaw husband from being killed. Relativity Before I Wake (2015) The film, starring Kate Bosworth, is currently slated for September 25. It's about a couple's child whose dreams manifest physically as he sleeps.

  • Where is Trigger Street Productions's headquarters?

    Trigger Street Productions's headquarters is located at 755 A North La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood.

  • What is Trigger Street Productions's latest funding round?

    Trigger Street Productions's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Trigger Street Productions?

    Investors of Trigger Street Productions include Relativity Media.

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