Section 6 movie is currently in Development
December 21, 2015 • Story selection and rights acquired; idea being crafted into usable script; financing and casting attachments sought; aiming for 'greenlight'. Wrath of the Titans writer Dan Mazeau has been tapped to work on the script.
Section 6 Plot: What's the story?
In 1919, Sir Mansfield Cummings' intelligence section, Section 1C, is going to be folded into MI5. Spies coming through 1C all come from Oxford and Cambridge, aristocrats who stick out like sore thumbs. Cummings gets hold of a blue collar war veteran, trains him and sends him on a crucial mission: an attack on the British embassy in Russia which leads to the theft of coded assassination orders signed by the King of England. The spy is tasked with recovering them because if they are discovered, WWII would begin with those countries on opposite sides. Cummings etches his place in history and proves the need for MI6.
modified plot formulation from deadline.com
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Section 6 Cast: Who stars in it?
- Jack O'Connell
Unbroken, Tulip Fever
Film Details & Notes: What do we know about Section 6?
- Inspired by real life events.
Crew and Production Credits: Who's making Section 6?
A look at the Section 6 behind-the-scenes crew and production team. The film's director Joe Cornish last directed The Kid Who Would be King and Attack the Block. The film's writer Aaron Berg last wrote The Hunt For Atlantis.
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Production Timeline: When did the Section 6 come together?
On or about December 21, 2015 • The film was in Development status.
Wrath of the Titans writer Dan Mazeau has been tapped to work on the script.
On or about October 13, 2013 • The film was in Announced status.
Universal Pictures has picked up a spec script by Aaron Berg.
Section 6 Release Date: When is it coming out?Section 6 is coming out To Be Announced (TBA).
- United States
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