HUNTER KITE MAJORDOM is a movie based on the true story of a Japanese kite maker who was a major force in the kiting industry.
He founded and operated a kite company for decades, before he was murdered in a helicopter crash.
The film was filmed in Japan and was made in Los Angeles.
It is being released by Universal Pictures on May 13.
The film is being directed by Adam Shankman, who wrote the screenplay for the movie.
Hunter Kite Majdom is being produced by Universal Studios Japan, Universal Pictures’ Motion Picture Group and Universal Music Japan.
In a statement, Universal said, “Hunter Kite majdom was a great kite pilot and was a pioneer of kiteboarding in Japan.
It was one of his last days and we are so lucky to have him back in the fold.”
It will be the last film produced by the company.
Hunter Majordom was shot over three months in 2014 in L.A. by a crew from Universal Pictures and the director Adam Shank.
He was shot while he was flying a kitesuit.
He had no idea that he would be on the verge of being shot by a helicopter and that he had been killed in a crash.
Hunter Kitesuit is a custom kite created by Adam for his family.
The name of the kiteset comes from his grandfather, a former Japanese air force pilot who worked for Hunter.
Adam was born in San Francisco, Calif., and moved to L.a. at age 14.
Adam has worked in the entertainment industry since 1982.
In addition to Hunter Majdoms death, there have been numerous kite related incidents around the world.
In May, a man was killed after he was shot by the same helicopter in Mexico.
In April, a helicopter crashed near Los Angeles while it was flying over a wedding party.
The pilot was killed.
In December, an American pilot was shot and killed while flying a custom built kite over a kiddie pool.
A second pilot, who was in a separate kite, was also killed.
A third kite was also shot down by a Russian helicopter in February.