Prolific romance novelist and former Seattle beat cop, G.A.Hauser, will see her 2010 best-selling gay fiction novel, Capital Games, released as a feature-length motion picture on Feb. 11 courtesy of Breaking Glass Pictures.
Actor-turned-director Ilo Orleans handled the film adaption, with Eric Presnall (as Eric in the Who Let the Dogs Out reality television series) taking on the role of Steve Miller, a form Los Angeles cop who turns in his badge — and his high stress job — for what he thinks in a more lucrative and far less stressful career in advertising.
He gets a rude awakening when he finds himself in direct competition over the landing of a key account that he’s been courting when an imported advertising and marketing “gunslinger” named Mark Richfield (Gregor Cosgrove), who comes complete with a smug attitude and a shrew-like fiancé in tow.
The agency head, wants to build them into a team and comes up with a retreat idea — “a team-building” challenge, if you will — in the rugged landscape of New Mexico (shot on location). It is a simple idea, work together, overcome your conflict and mistrust of each other and everyone will be a winner. What takes place between the two out there in the wilds will change everything … in a most unexpected way.
Behind-the-scenes production featurette.
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