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The origin story of the world’s most famous doll and the woman who created her.
After a heartbreak, a high school senior devises a mysterious formula to help classmates fine love.
In the vein of The Social Network, the story of the Russian creator of Tetris in the USSR during the communist 1980s.
Brett Ratner and James Packer are developing a biopic about Alexey Pajitnov, the inventor of Tetris, who created the iconic game while living in communist-era Soviet Union. The film is being pitched in the vein of The Social Network.
Red Crown Productions is in development with Theater of War, a feature based on a story that was originally broadcast as a part of an episode of the venerable radio show-turned-popular podcast This American Life.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as a live-action feature centered around Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
In order to save her kidnapped grandfather, the risk-taking Evie teams with shy Sebastian in order to reunite her grandfather’s old explorer team, the Filipendulous Five, who disbanded for reasons unknown.
Eileen Dunlop divides her days between caring for her alcoholic father and dealing with juvenile delinquents as a secretary at a boy’s prison, but things get interesting when a new co-worker, Rebecca Saint John, starts to get her out of her rut.
Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s latest project is centered around the world of skateboarding. While details of the story are being kept under wraps, we hear that it’s being pitched as 8 Mile meets Lords of Dogtown.
A teenager uses skating to escape the urban blight. Pitched as 8 Mile meets Lords of Dogtown.
In a future society where people are deemed ‘flawed’ by courts and branded with an ‘F’, a teenage girl unwittingly becomes the leader of a new civil rights movement when she dares to help an elderly ‘Flawed’ person on a bus.
Sources have confirmed to The Tracking Board that Warner Brothers and Wendy Finerman Productions are in development with a new dystopian drama, Flawed, an adaptation of the yet-to-be-released novel of the same name from bestselling author Cecelia Ahern.
Paramount is in development with a remake of The Ten Commandments, with producer Mary Parent eyeing a fresh take on the epic story of Moses and the Exodus.
A re-telling of the epic exodus story, Moses leads his people out of Egypt, freeing them from the oppressive rule of the Pharoah Ramses.
Kept under wraps, but centers on Bodacious, infamously known as the most dangerous bull in rodeo.
Pitched as Fifty Shade of Grey for teens, centers on a high school-age girl whose studies and personal convictions are thrown into jeopardy when she succumbs the attention of a bad boy pop star.
Story centers around the world’s greatest secret agent–an agent so secret that his codename has a codename–and who just so happens to be a mouse living underneath MI6 headquarters.
David Schulner’s cult comic book series Clone is being developed into a feature at Universal. The story centers around Dr. Luke Taylor, whose perfect life comes to a dramatic halt when an identical version of himself arrives at his doorstep with news that he is one of many clones.
A doctor’s perfect life comes to a dramatic halt when an identical, bloodied version of himself arrives at his doorstep with news that he is one of many clones.
Will focus on Tanaquil or “Tammy” Le Clercq, a prominent ballerina in the 1950’s. Follows her passionate love triangle with two of the most prolific choreographers of her time and her devastating bought with polio which paralyzed her from the waist down, cutting short her career.
Centers on a young woman with a “once-in-a-generation” palate who becomes the head chef and shepherd of the country’s most premier and exclusive underground dinner spot.
The animated action-comedy will follow a similar logline to that of the 1984 original, in which a group of scientists team up to fight off ghosts, and will serve as a complement to the two Ghostbusters reboots already in the works at Sony.
A superstrong small town gas-station worker who anonymously performs a good deed everyday finds his quiet existence thrown into disarray when a newcomer alerts the media.
While attending the funeral of an impoverished “nobody,” an influential senator remembers how he teamed up with the man in his youth to defeat a group of outlaws.
A crime writer wakes up in a hospital forty-eight hours after spending a weekend in an eerie glass house for her distant friend’s bachelor party, stricken with amnesia but armed with the bitter knowledge that someone is dead.