Greg McLean is directing the film about a young adventurer who heads into the Amazon in what turns out to be a dangerous and deadly expedition.
Daniel Radcliffe is ready to venture into the Jungle.
The actor will star in the thriller based on Yossi Ghinsberg's memoir about his trip into the Amazon.
Ghinsberg, who was the subject of the one-hour Discovery Channel docudrama series I Shouldn't Be Alive, was a young adventurer who went into the Amazon with two friends and a guide in what turned out to be a dangerous and deadly expedition.
Greg McLean (Wolf Creek) will direct the psychological thriller based on a script by fellow Australian Justin Monjo.
McLean also is producing Jungle along with Dana Lustig, Gary Hamilton and Mike Gabrawy while Todd Fellman will executive produce. Arclight Films is packaging the film and handling worldwide sales at EFM. Read more.