Cage Dive Becomes Open Water: Cage Dive


2003’s Open Water was a pretty scary little movie that stood completely on its own. In 2006 Hans Horn’s tepid film Adrift got rebranded in the U.S. as Open Water 2: Adrift. Now, over a decade later, just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water for a true sequel comes another rebranding!

Screen Daily is reporting that Australian sales outfit Odin’s Eye has closed a number of key deals on director Gerald Rascionato’s first-person shark thriller Cage Dive, which will be rebranded Open Water: Cage Dive for a number of key markets including the U.S.

Cage Dive follows three American tourists making an audition tape of them shark cage diving to submit to an extreme reality show. But a catastrophic turn of events leaves them stranded in baited waters of South Australia, surrounded by hungry great white sharks. The film was produced by Rascionato’s Just One More Productions and Charles Barsamian’s Exit Strategy Productions.

Cage Dive

Cage Dive



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