Brash announces Jumper videogame

November 13, 2007

Brash Entertainment
Announces Jumper Video Game

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TWENTIETH
CENTURY FOX, BRASH BRINGS THE NEXT science fiction-ACTION-thriller TO A CONSOLE
NEAR YOU

Brash Entertainment announced today
the development of a Jumper video game, to release alongside the film of the
same name from Twentieth Century Fox and Regency Enterprises. Jumper is the
eagerly anticipated science fiction-action-thriller directed by Doug Liman (The
Bourne Identity), and starring Hayden Christensen, Rachel Bilson, Jamie Bell,
and Samuel L. Jackson.

Jumpers, people with a genetic
anomaly that enables them to teleport themselves instantaneously to anywhere on
the globe, have existed for centuries. An age-old battle rages between the
Jumpers and the Paladins, a clandestine organization set on eliminating them
from the planet. The Jumper game extends the film’s storyline, following
Griffin, a battle-hardened Jumper determined to avenge the death of his parents
at the hands of the Paladins. Griffin’s quest to find the killer spans exotic
locales around the world.

“Jumper is shaping up to be the
action adventure film of 2008, and Brash is excited to be there, at the
beginning, with a game that further explores the Jumper universe,” said Mitch
Davis, co-founder and CEO of Brash Entertainment. “We’ve been working closely
with our partners at Twentieth Century Fox to create a game that delves into the
world of the Jumpers and the Paladins.”

“When you combine all of the talent
associated with this film and infuse it with one of the best action film minds
today in Doug Liman you know that you’re in store for one thrilling experience,”
said Elie Dekel, Executive Vice President, Licensing & Merchandising of
Twentieth Century Fox. “Brash will take all of these elements to create a
top-notch video game experience that will keep gamers on the edge of their
seats.”

The Jumper video game will be
available for the PLAYSTATION®2 computer entertainment system, the
Wii(tm)ideogame system from Nintendo, and XBOX™ 360. The game is scheduled to
ship February 12, 2008 followed by the theatrical release on February 15, 2008
and has not yet been rated by the ESRB. For more information about the movie
please visit
http://www.jumperthemovie.com/