Netflix Picks Up Worldwide Rights to Adam Leon’s ‘Tramps’

Toronto 2016: Film follows small-time criminal who screws up a drop

Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights to Adam Leon’s new film “Tramps” following its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, TheWrap has learned.

The romantic-heist film follows a small-time criminal and his driver who screw up a drop and must sort things out or face dire consequences.

The film stars Callum Turner and Grace Van Patten. Leon directed in addition to writing the screenplay, based off a story by himself and Jamund Washington. Comedian Mike Birbiglia also appears.

Joshua Astrachan, David Kaplan, Andrea Roa and Washington produced the film. Frederick W. Green, Michael B. Clark, Alex Turtletaub, Julia Godzinskaya, Sophie Vickers and Michael Sackler were executive producers.

UTA and WestEnd negotiated the deal.