Stein also wrote the screenplay, which sees two hit-men taking on a dangerous mission for a mysterious high-paying employer. As the job progresses they get entangled with the "dynamic" Robbie, who's involvement in the affair proves deeper than was initially apparent.
It's Stein's first-time directing his own feature, but hardly his debut behind a camera. He's a veteran second and third unit assistant director, with credits on Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Snow White And The Huntsman and World War Z. In the last year alone he's worked on In The Heart Of The Sea, The Danish Girl, Dad's Army and Grimsby.
Highland Film Group are financing Terminal, and pre-production is underway while deals are being done at the European Film Market in Berlin. "Highland is delighted to be able to kick off this year’s market with another title of such strong caliber," say the group’s Arianne Frasier and Delphine Perrier. "Crafted with incredibly in-demand and relevant talent in front and behind the camera, the project perfectly showcases the quality of genre-led movies we’re committed to supporting."