Three more years for Johnny Depp’s Infinitum Nihil and Graham King’s GK Films partnership

Great news from the business side of the film industry today — GK Films and Infinitum Nihil have opted to continue their professional relationship, signing another 3-year deal (the first was signed in 2004). Reports Mike Fleming of, “GK Films partners Graham King and Tim Headington have re-cemented one of GK Films’ most important relationships, re-upping Johnny Depp’s Infinitum Nihil production shingle for another three years. Under the new deal, GK Films will fully finance and co-produce film and TV projects hatched by Depp and Infinitum Nihil president Christi Dembrowski.”

Bruce Robinson’s The Rum Diary, Gore Verbinski’s animated film Rango, and Florian Henckel von Donnersmark’s just-concluded The Tourist were all produced by GK Films (thank you, Mr. King and Mr. Headington!) and are due in theaters by spring 2011. Infinitum Nihil’s second film to go before the camera, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, is currently filming in 3D with the legendary Martin Scorsese directing. GK Films will also produce Dark Shadows with Infinitum Nihil for Warner Bros., with Tim Burton directing and Johnny Depp starring as the vampire Barnabas Collins. That’s a slate to be proud of.

The Zone thanks Theresa for sharing the news; you can read more on the Zone’s News & Views forum.

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