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The real-life thriller will tell the story of terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing Christian extremist who killed 77 people with his 2011 terrorist acts. It will be filmed in Norway with a $20 million budget under the eye of producer Scott Rudin, who nabbed the rights to release the film through his Netflix features division.
He’ll work with managers Adam Riback and David Brown as Endgame Entertainment and Romark Entertainment develop his pilot script Dead Men.
The fledgling production company has bought the rights to Olivia Koski and astronomer Dr. Jana Grcevich’s sci-fi novel about a routine family trip in outer space that turns deadly. It’s being compared to Jurassic World, but it’ll be based on real science, just like The Martian.
This year’s manuscript competition is brought to you in partnership with Michael De Luca Productions, Inkshares, and Energy Entertainment.
The two talented Asian comics have been making waves in all forms of media, Park on the hit ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat and Wong on her own ABC show, American Housewife. They co-wrote the script with Michael Golamco (Grimm).
Directorial debuts by actors Brie Larson and Simon Baker, Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut Molly’s Game, starring Jessica Chastain, and a new movie from comedian Louis C.K. are just some of the many new additions to the 42nd annual Canadian film festival, which runs from September 7 through 17.
The success the comic creator has had with the AMC series and its spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead, has made Kirkman a hot commodity in the television space, and his deal with Amazon follows Netflix’s buying of comic creator Mark Millar’s Millarworld earlier this week.
Young and Hungry star Jonathan Sadowski and The Flash actors Tom Cavanagh and Carlos Valdes are among the clients joining them at their new company.
The filmmaker best known for comedies like Horrible Bosses, Four Christmases, and the recent Baywatch will tackle more serious fare with the 1999 Texas drug scandal documented in the 2005 book Tulia: Race, Cocaine, and Corruption in a Small Texas Town.
A little over two years after “retiring” from The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, the beloved talk show will return for six one-hour episodes on the streaming network, featuring longer-form interviews.
Thirty-three years after the hyper-quotable The Karate Kid made every kid want to take up the martial arts, Macchio’s Daniel LaRusso is reunited with his arch-nemesis for a 10-episode comedy series from the men behind the Harold and Kumar movies.