Lucas Foster is a Hollywood Film Producer. He is known for Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005 film), Man on Fire (2004 film) and Equilibrium. His movies generated all together 2.1 billion dollars of gross revenues. In recent years, he is one of the co-founders of HeadcaseVR, a virtual reality company. In late 2009, it was revealed that Foster would be producing Go Like Hell for 20th Century Fox. Based on the book, Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans, the film revolves around the rivalry between Enzo Ferrari and Carroll Shelby during the 1960s. By 2014, the project was said to feature Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in the leads, with Joseph Kosinski pegged to direct the film. Due to budget issues, the project was scrapped, but interest in it revived in 2015, with Christian Bale now attached. In 2012, industry trade papers ran stories that Foster was scheduled to produce The Job, an action thriller based on a screenplay by Brad Mirman, with a budget of $20 million. In 2014, along with four others, Foster co-founded HeadcaseVR, which is utilized in fields as diverse as college sports, where it is used to help in recruiting players, to retail sales, where companies such as Nike and Chevrolet use it new retail sources.
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