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‘Dunkirk’ aerial stunts coordinator pilots WWII action-thriller ‘Wolf Hound’

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Grindstone Entertainment Group, a division of Lionsgate, has acquired the North American rights to the upcoming World War II action-thriller ‘Wolf Hound’. The movie will see a multi-platform release this summer, ‘Variety’ reports.

‘Wolf Hound’, which marks the feature film directorial debut of Michael B Chait, is inspired by the real-life Nazi special operations unit KG 200, which shot down, repaired and flew Allied aircraft as Trojan horses.

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For the film’s extensive aerial scenes and dogfights, according to ‘Variety’, Chait used authentic, rare WWII aircraft and shot as much as possible in-camera. Craig Hosking, who previously served as aerial coordinator and lead pilot for Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’, performed the same roles for ‘Wolf Hound’.

Set in 1944 Nazi-occupied France, ‘Wolf Hound’ stars James Maslow, who had previously starred in the Nickelodeon musical comedy ‘Big Time Rush’. He plays Captain David Holden, a Jewish American fighter pilot, opposite Australian-English actor Trevor Donovan, who’s best known for his character in the television series ‘Neighbours’. In the film, Donovan will play Nazi Major Erich Roth.

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Ambushed behind enemy lines, Holden must rescue a captured B-17 Flying Fortress bomber crew, evade the enemy stalking him at every turn, and foil a plot that could completely alter the outcome of World War II.

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