Script

Written by

Daniel Rosales

Script is currently in festival competition

Tagline:

Greed kills, everyone.

Logline:

When native American tracker Read Bear finds out, his village was attacked by 49rs looking to cash in on scalps, he sets out to find justice.

Synopsis:

In a time of unrest in the American west, the U.S. Government put a bounty on Indian scalps, to help fight their war. with the gold rush over, 49rs set out to cash in, but don’t stop with male warriors; they slaughter women and children as well for five dollars a scalp. Red Bear, a tracker for a U.S. Marshal on the hunt for the notorious Nate Purdy, get’s tangled in Government business, and all hell breaks lose in a small western town. 

In consideration

U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves

D.B. Woodside
as
Bass Reeves

D.B. Woodside was born on July 25, 1969 in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York, USA as David Bryan Woodside. He is an actor and director, known for Lucifer (2015), 24 (2001) and Romeo Must Die (2000).

U.S. Marshal Barret

Timothy Olyphant
as
U.S. Marshal Barret

Highlights of Olyphant’s career include his riveting portrayal of “Sheriff Seth Bullock” in HBO’s hit drama, Deadwood (2004). He now personifies intensity as complex Kentucky Marshal, “Raylan Givens”, in FX’s Justified (2010). On the big screen, in 2010’s The Crazies (2010), he had the chance to infuse his character with doubts, fears and humaneness in an inhumane situation. Mr. Olyphant proved he could carry a major movie on his talent, alone. He recently appeared in I Am Number Four (2011), a Steven Spielberg sci-if thriller, in which Tim provided the adult mentorship, taking a back seat to the teen cast.

Red Bear

Justin Rain
as
Red Bear

Justin Rain is an actor, known for Fear the Walking Dead (2015), Lean on Pete (2017) and Mohawk (2017).

Monica Dupree

Emily Maddison
as
Monica Dupree

Emily Maddison was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as Emily Rose Maddison Bruhn. She is an actress, known for Power Rangers (2017), Cold Pursuit (2019) and Big Eyes (2014).