posted on May, 11 2004 @ 04:38 PM
A report on the Film Force website notes that Triple H's feature film starring vehicle "Jornada del Muerte" may be in trouble due to political issues
between WWE Films' representatives and reps for writer/director John Milius, who is set to helm the film when it begins shooting this July in New
The project, set to star Triple H as Jonah Hawk, an ex-marine who goes for revenge against a biker gang who kill his friend and kidnaps his girlfriend
set in the desert, may be derailed due to political chasms between WWE Films' representatives at Endeavor (which represents WWE, their characters, and
properties within the entertainment field) and Milius' representatives with ICM.
Endeavor was formed several years ago by agents who left ICM to create their own company, so politically, there is a minefield to cross before those
two sides will want to work together. Milius had agreed to do the film after discussions with WWE owner Vince McMahon and without the involvement of
Endeavor, which is now pushing not to use ICM talent and instead bring the film "in house."
Although there is a chance that Jornada del Muerte may fall apart due to the politics involved, Triple H and Milius have already agreed to work
together on Milius' next Conan film, when that is produced.