King Bach to Star in and Produce Action-Thriller Feature ‘Miles Ryder Part One’ for The Quad (Exclusive)

The Quad, alongside Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor and his production shingle Bach Enterprises, has set July 10 as their official start date for their next project “Miles Ryder Part One,” the companies announced on Thursday.

The feature film “Miles Ryder Part One” is described as a “John Wick” meets “Nobody”-style action thriller and centers on Miles Ryder, an everyday man who is forced to confront his mysterious and violent past, which he has long kept secret. After a brutal attack threatens to expose him and his secrets, Ryder’s hidden combat talent and almost supernatural fighting abilities are put to the test as he attempts to save his family – and potentially the world – from a dark force with a nefarious motive.

“Mortal Kombat’s” Greg Russo wrote the screenplay and is continuing to work on the project with the team.

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The character is based on a short that Bachelor wrote, directed and starred in, off of which he and his team worked closely with The Quad and its team to develop the action film. “Part One” is being eyed as the first in a franchise.

Ryan Kavanaugh, Amy Kim and Jaime Burke will be producing from The Quad, along with Andrew Bachelor, Christina Bachelor and Gary Glushon producing via Bach Enterprises. Jason Barhydt and Matt Weaver will executive produce.

“I couldn’t be more excited to work with such a talented young man with such a unique skill set that not only spans genres and generations but straddles the world of influencer and actor,” Kavanaugh said in a statement to TheWrap. “Within one minute of watching the original short Bach and his team made I was hooked. While in the vein of ‘John Wick’ with the dry comedic undertone of ‘Nobody’ it also has a throwback feel to a wide berth of action films, we grew up on from ‘Enter the Dragon’ to ‘Dirty Harry’ with a bit a ‘Dr. Strange’ sprinkled on top.”

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Bachelor added: “Ryan and his team at Proxima immediately saw and understood my vision for this character I created and the movie I hope to make. I’m excited to have Greg on board writing and look forward to delivering a new iconic character and franchise to the world.”

A director is expected to be announced shortly. The project is being fully financed by The Quad.

King Bach first entered the scene as Vine’s most followed social media user on their platform, with over 11 million followers. Bachelor parlayed his Vine success into major followings on platforms including YouTube, TikTok and Instagram, with nearly 23 million followers on the latter alone. His film credits include “Holidate,” “The Babysitter,” “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” “National Champions,” “Vacation Friends” and “Fifty Shades of Black.” His TV appearances include Showtime’s “House of Lies,” “The Mindy Project,” “Key & Peele” and Adult Swim’s “Black Jesus.”

In addition to “Mortal Kombat,” Russo recently adapted “Space Invaders” for New Line and Warner Bros., as well as “Saint’s Row” for director F. Gary Gray.

Russo is repped by Verve, Lit Entertainment and attorney Jeff Frankel. Bachelor is repped by UTA, Bach Enterprises and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller.

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