Bullet Entertainment is an American and New Zealand diversified multi media entertainment company headquartered at Bullet Studios in Los Angeles, California and Wellington, New Zealand.
Bullet Entertainment represents various clients within the corporate stratum and entertainment industry. The company has divisions focused upon film, art, radio, music, publishing, and
online multi media.
Bullet Studios was developed as part of the Bullet Entertainment's long term goal to build a space for the industry's top professionals to collaborate with each other and provide their network of talents; whether that of direction, producing, legal or above or below the line to create high quality film productions with ease and efficiency.
Wendy Benge, founder of Bullet Entertainment, carries both US and New Zealand citizenship. She is a member of the California State Bar, and holds the position of Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand and as Law Practitioner of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia. Wendy's unique international legal background is an edge when dealing with foreign financing
and production worldwide.
Wendy graduated from Duke University School of Law where she received a Master of Laws. Wendy obtained her LLB from Canterbury School of Law in New Zealand and obtained two BA's at University of Southern California. Her foreign studies include Edinburgh University in Scotland and international law at Hong Kong University School of Law.
Bullet has several upcoming productions that cover a vast scope of genres.
"Tranzloco," a dark drama which will star Rosie Perez, Jonny Beauchamp (Stonewall) and Alex Meraz (Suicide Squad) with an ensemble cast which includes Danny Trejo (Machete), Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool), Eiza Gonzalez (Baby Mama), Bar Paly (Pain and Gain), Dustin Ybarra (21 and Over), Crispin Glover
(Alice in Wonderland), and Sky Ferreira (Baby Driver). Will De Los Santos, the writer of the 2002 cult classic Spun, starring Jason Schwartzman, will make his directorial debut with the project. Shooting is slated to film in Los Angeles.
Other upcoming films include: dark dramas "Love in Vein," and "All the Way Gone," comedy "Safety First," horror/thrillers "Lift" (a trilogy) and “6 Feet Above,” and 31 Counts based on the life of Ronnie Semler and a book written by Ronnie Semler and co-authors Wendy Benge and Zach Touchon.
Wendy Benge, at the head of Bullet Entertainment & Bullet Studios, is a Producer, Writer, Director and a finance Entertainment Attorney. Additionally, she is an owner of the Hollywood Nightclub "The Dragonfly" and the Los Angeles Gallery Touchon & Co at 1100 S. Main, in the heart of DTLA.
Presently, as a Producer Wendy is in pre-production "Semler," "Tranzloco," "Safety First," and "Lift" and as a director on “All The Way Gone” and “6 Feet Above.”
As an attorney, she has representation ranging from studio productions, independent films, scripted/unscripted television and music and talent management. In addition to such representation and productions, Wendy produced the motion picture "Broken Vows" (2014) starring Wes Bentley and Jaimie Alexander, Elmore Leonard's "Life of Crime" starring Jennifer Aniston, Isla Fisher and Will Forte (2013), "Life After Beth" starring Anna Kendrick, Aubry Plaza, Dane DeHaan and John C. Reilly (2013), "Trouble Dolls" starring Will Forte (2013), "Somewhere Slow" (2012) and documentary "Walk On" (2012).
Other notable films include; 'Lee Daniels' "The Butler" starring Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey "W" directed by Oliver Stone "Saw IV" Sidney Lumet's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" "All Good Things" starring Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" starring Michael Douglas "New York, "I Love You" starring Natalie Portman, Bradley Cooper, Orlando Bloom and Blake Lively "Brothers Bloom" starring Adrian Brody and Rachel Weisz "Not Forgotten" starring Simone Baker, Paz Vega and Chloe Grace Moretz "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee" starring Keanu Reeves, Blake Lively,
Julianne Moore and Winona Ryder.