After the success of this year’s Jackass Forever, director Jeff Tremaine has chosen to focus on a new group of troublemakers as they cause trouble in the Happiest Place on Earth. Tremaine is making the Stolen Kingdom, a documentary film about the 30 years of crime and debauchery at the Walt Disney World Resort and how it led to the theft of an audio-animatronic that was sold on the black market for about $500,000.
Joshua Bailey and Sam Fraser are both new directors for White Lake.
Tremaine just produced the full-length documentary Bad Axe, which won this year’s SXSW Audience Award and Special Jury Recognition and is the most awarded documentary movie of 2022 under his Gorilla Flicks label. The film is being handled by CAA, and buyers will be able to get it soon.
“Josh and Sam somehow found me and introduced me to this story I found so compelling,” Tremaine said. “I was inspired by not only this story but by these young filmmakers. Having been a part of some Disneyland misbehavior, I’m excited to be involved in this. ”
Tremaine has also worked on Netflix’s Bad Trip, which starred Eric Andre and was Netflix’s No. 1 show for three weeks. He also worked on Netflix’s The Dirt, produced the documentaries Being Evel and The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia, and directed two 30 for 30 docs for ESPN: The Birth of Big Air and Angry Sky.
Tremaine’s agent is CAA.
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