Jeremy Bolt is a British film producer.
Since creating Impact Pictures with Paul W. S. Anderson in 1992, producer Jeremy Bolt has produced the majority of Anderson's movies. Their first collaboration, 1994's Shopping starring Jude Law, was a film about joyriding and ram-raiding British youth that revved up Bolt's career and established his love of cars and death defying races. Having attracted interest from Hollywood, Bolt produced big budget films such as Event Horizon and Soldier. 2002's Resident Evil was the first movie under the Impact Picture's joint venture deal with Germany's leading independent distributor, Constantin Film, going on to gross over $100M worldwide.
Under a joint venture with Constantin, Bolt has also produced 2004's Resident Evil: Apocalypse for Sony Screen Gems, the psychological horror The Dark, teen actioner DOA: Dead or Alive, an adaptation of Tecmo’s best-selling videogame franchise, and the third movie in the Resident Evil franchise, 2007’s Resident Evil: Extinction that debuted in the #1 US box office position and grossed $150M worldwide. Also in 2007, Bolt produced Death Race with Jason Statham, Joan Allen and Ian McShane, a reimagining of the Roger Corman classic, with Cruise/Wagner Productions for Universal Pictures. Fall 2009 saw the release of the science fiction horror film Pandorum for Overture Films and Constantin Film starring Dennis Quaid & Ben Foster. The 4th film in the Resident Evil franchise was released in the Fall of 2010 and grossed $300M worldwide. Action horror Resident Evil: Afterlife was shot in 3D for Constantin Film & Sony Screen Gems, and stars Milla Jovovich & Ali Larter.