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Based on a three-book proposal, the pic will follow the eponymous Queen of Hearts from her beginnings as a lonely, good-natured princess to her rise as the cruel and murderous tyrant of Wonderland. Pitched tonally in the vein of Maleficent and Universal’s own Snow White & The Huntsman.
Scripted by in-demand genre scribes Alex Pastor and David Pastor, the project is being pitched as a grounded sic-fi thriller in the vein of Minority Report.
Kanak Management has signed up-and-coming UK director James Nunn, known for directing the 2012 action/thriller Tower Block and the 2013 actioner Green Street 3: Never Back Down.
In 1951, the collegiate football team the San Francisco Dons had an undefeated record and several players who would go on to become hall of famers, but would decline to play in the Orange Bowl due to the policy that the team would have to leave out their two African American players to participate.
Congratulations to Trevor Mayes on signing with Eric Williams at Zero Gravity Management!
Perhaps, the third times a charm for THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN. After a lackluster feature film in 2003, and a failed attempt to kick of f a TV series in 2013, 20th Century Fox and Davis Entertainment have decided to go back to the source, planning to reboot a potential franchise based on Alan Moore’s comic book series.
With the fifth installment set for July, Paramount, Bad Robot and Skydance Productions have set the sixth. Tom Cruise, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and J.J. Abrams are returning to produce, with Don Granger and Matt Grimm set to serve as executive producers.
Go-Go-Gadget Reboot! Everybody’s favorite bumbling cyborg policeman is making his return to the big screen via Lin Pictures and Disney with another live-action interpretation of the beloved cartoon classic.
The adaptation will follow a behavioral psychologist writing what he intends to be the definitive guide to women, dating, and sex.
The biopic will follow the lives of the Gibb brothers from their humble beginnings in Australia to their rise to the top of the charts, followed by their fall and undeniable rise again as one of the most iconic and acclaimed groups in the history of music
The engaging thriller follows a three-year-old child that is the next step in human evolution that could be the savior of humanity, or the destruction of it. Erwin Stoff is set to produce with Elizabeth Raposo and Josh Phillips overseeing the project for the studio.
The coming-of-age family comedy follows twelve-year-old Arthur Whipple, who has grown up in a family that have always been the greatest at everything, priding themselves on breaking world records, no matter how obscure.
Sean Daniel will produce the adaptation based on the bestselling novel “Doctor Dealer: The Rise and Fall of an All-American Boy and His Multimillion-Dollar Cocaine Empire” by Mark Bowden. Jason Brown will oversee development on the true-crime drama.
Written by Victoria Schwab, the fantasy adventure takes place in a universe with multiple parallel London cities designated by color, some with magic, but all vastly different. A traveler-magician who covets the ability to hop between dimensions is forced to team up with an unlikely street thief to save all of the worlds from a growing threat.
The series chronicles the adventures of Nimona, a exciteable, trouble-making young shapeshifter who operates as a sidekick to knight-turned-mad scientist supervillain Lord Ballister Blackheart.
DreamWorks has preemptively closed a deal to adapt Roseanne Montillo’s upcoming novel, Phenomenon. The narrative nonfiction details the life of Elizabeth “Betty” Robinson, who won the first Olympic 100-meter dash for women.
YA novel My Lady Jane is hot on the market, with sources confirming that Holly Frederick of Curtis Brown Ltd is out to three interested producers, with the potential of going wide.
Relativity Media has optioned Celeste Ng’s debut novel Everything I Never Told You. The New York Times Bestseller and New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2014 has also been named Amazon’s #1 Best Book of 2014.
MGM is officially moving forward with the third film in the series that consists of the 2000 film “Shanghai Noon”, and the 2003 sequel “Shanghai Knights”. Chan and Wilson are officially set to return.
The film centers on two best friends who are pretty much absentee fathers that suddenly have to take care of their sons for a night. All goes awry when they magically switch bodies with the 2-year-olds.
Director Peter Berg and Misher Films are developing The Colonel’s Wife, the true story of Laurie Hiett. The wife of decorated Colonel James Hiett, Laurie Hiett smuggled heroine and cocaine from Colombia while her husband led the charge in America’s War on Drugs.
The popular magazine article following the major Los Angeles motorcycle sting operation is getting the film treatment. The March 18th article details an undercover operation where four California Highway Patrol detectives infiltrated the growing sports bike subculture of Los Angeles to take down the black market demand for stolen bike parts.
Published in 2014, the book by Adrienne Mayor is an in depth study of the group of female horse archers who originated in the territories around the Black Sea close to 1500 BC. She connects the mythical characters of Ancient Greece to the women that fought as warriors in the territories between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.