Benedict Cumberbatch Sells Minority Stake in Production Company SunnyMarch to Sebastien Raybaud’s Anton

Benedict Cumberbatch Sells Minority Stake in Production Company SunnyMarch to Sebastien Raybaud’s Anton
Sherlock” and “Doctor Strange” star Benedict Cumberbatch has sold a minority stake in his SunnyMarch production company to production and financing house Anton, founded by Sébastien Raybaud.

SunnyMarch, the production firm Cumberbatch set up alongside his friend and producer Adam Ackland in 2013, is behind features such as “The Courier,” starring Cumberbatch and Rachel Brosnahan, and “The Mauritanian,” in which Cumberbatch played opposite Jodie Foster and Shailene Woodley.

The company’s latest film, Amazon’s “The Electrical Life of Louis Wain,” which stars Claire Foy, Taika Waititi, Sophia Di Martino, Olivia Colman, Andrea Riseborough and Toby Jones, alongside Cumberbatch as Louis Wain, recently premiered at Toronto Film Festival.

With backing from Anton, whose films include “Greenland” and “The Nighthouse,” SunnyMarch aims to grow and expand, as well as partner with the London-based financier and producer on a development slate of high-end features, which Anton will finance, co-produce and sell. (The company
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