Summit Entertainment’s GOLDEN GATE Gets a Director
Summit Entertainment has Michael Morris to direct their upcoming thriller “Golden Gate” according to the Hollywood Reporter. The project will be the feature film debut for Morris who has transitioned from directing British stage projects to Hollywood TV projects.
The film will be familiar to those who have seen “Strangers on a Train” and “Single White Female”. Charles Bohl penned the story of a female track star who is trying to distance herself from a shady past filled with bad behavior. Along the way she meets and befriends a new woman without realizing the woman is out of her mind and framing her for murder.
Morris got his start on the British stage where he was a member of the board of the Old Vic from 1997-2001. He became the youngest-ever director of a theater in London’s West End at the age of 23. Morris moved stateside later, joining ABC’s “Brothers & Sisters” where he rose to become the show’s executive producer and director.