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Rolling Seas Promotions are the Associate Producers for 'Hot Stuff', to be directed by Vic Armstrong of 'The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor'.

Academy Award Winner to Direct ‘Hot Stuff’

‘The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor’ action unit director Vic Armstrong and co-producer Josette Perrotta are teaming up yet again for the production of the action/adventure film ‘Hot Stuff’ for Carmen Stevens Productions.

‘Hot Stuff’ is based on the novel by Flo Fitzpatrick with the adaptation by screenwriter Dan Guardino.

‘Hot Stuff’ takes you on an action packed adventure through the streets of Mumbai. The beautiful Tempe Walsh travels to India to help acquire a priceless statue complete with a curse and a blessing. Two underworld types are also after the rare statue and will stop at nothing to get their hands on it. When gunshots ring out Tempe runs into the handsome Brig O'Brien and a night of wild adventure sends them into hiding in Bollywood. Kidnappings and mayhem follow as well as a relationship between Brig and Tempe.

Academy Award winner and legendary stuntman Vic Armstrong is set to direct ‘Hot Stuff.’ Vic is currently working with Tom Cruise again on ‘Valkyrie’ and is the action unit director from ‘I Am Legend’, ‘Mission Impossible 3’, ‘War of the Worlds’, ‘Gangs of New York’, ‘Die Another Day’, ‘The World is Not Enough’, ‘Charlie’s Angels’ and much more.

Josette Perrotta has come onboard as executive producer and has co-produced ‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’ and ‘300’.

Principal photography on this $40 Million feature film is expected to begin in the spring of 2009 upon the completion of the funding.

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