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'Act of Valor' heads for the small screen
Relativity Media and Bandito Brothers are developing the hit film "Act of Valor" for the small screen.
The two companies announced this week that they will be shopping the "Act of Valor" TV project to broadcast and cable networks "shortly."
"Act of Valor" combined real Navy SEALs with actors Roselyn Sanchez, Alex Veadov, Jason Cottle and Nester Serrano, presenting a fictionalized account of a real Navy SEAL operation. Released in February, the film took in an impressive $70 million at the domestic box office, far exceeding its $12 million budget.
"We’re excited to be reuniting with Relativity again in order to develop this series and tell stories about real acts of valor in a unique and engaging way," states Bandito Brothers.
RelativelyREAL is also behind MTV's TV version of "Catfish," which premieres in November.