Category Archives: OWA
Follows the life of Sonny Lofthus, a once gifted 15-year-old and promising wrestler, whose downward spiral ensues when his cop father commits suicide.
Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny, are four orphaned siblings who take up residence in an abandoned boxcar.
Examines the strange and distrubing forms love can take and asks how you live with a monster that is your own flesh and blood.
Depicts how Galileo, with his newly discovered telescope, tries to convince the 17th century Pope that, contrary to the thinking of the Roman Catholic Church, the Earth was not the center of the universe, but revolved around the Sun.
Inspired by a gritty NYPD detective who jeopardizes his life and career when he crosses legal and moral lines to bring a drug kingpin to justice.
Based on the lives of internet personalities and group of friends in Detroit who are devoted to living their lives to the fullest.
Centers on the famed private magic club in Hollywood.
Centers around Lady Jane Grey, who is about to be married off to a stranger and caught up in a conspiracy to rob her cousin of his throne – the least of the sixteen year-old’s problems, really, given that she’s about to become Queen of England.
A high school graduate must risk her future and leap blindly into a vast unknown for the chance to build a new world with the boy she loves. Friday Night Lights meets The Time Traveler’s Wife.
A group of highly trained government agents masquerading as unsuspecting teens in order to capture the maniacal slasher that has been harassing teenagers at a lakeside cabin in the woods for years.
The sequel to Assassin’s Creed, which follows a man who discovers that he’s the descendant of a secretive society of deadly assassins at war with the Knights Templar. Based on the video game from Ubisoft.
A ridiculous twist on overblown action movies, with a story centered on a chicken and a hen who must cross a super highway to save their daughter from a fried chicken company.
The remarkably true, modern Robin Hood story of a group of ex-strippers who stole money from filthy, rich men.
Based on the memoirs of a legendary CIA spy, story is being pitched as Enemy of the State meets The Fugitive.
An underdog football team from inner-city Memphis attempts to win the first playoff game in the school’s 110-year history with the help of a volunteer coach.
In the wilderness outside of Portland, Oregon, a rift has opened and connected Earth to the multiverse. A group of militarized teens known as The Citadels must protect humankind from hostile creatures that spew forth from the mysterious portal.
A couple hopes a house swap with a Parisian couple will be the perfect chance to leave their troubles behind, but the apartment is a run-down wreck. When they return home, the couple can’t shake the feeling that there’s now something sinister about their own home.
Remake of the 1973 kung fu classic about a fighter who goes up against a former peer that sabotaged his master.
The producer behind Goosebumps and The Golden Compass is developing the best-selling YA series as part of Silvertongue’s first look deal with Universal.
Four young heroes have each summoned a beast of legend – a spirit animal – and together they embark on a quest to find legendary talismans before they fall into enemy hands.
Hailed as a breath of fresh air, David Arnold’s debut novel Mosquitoland captured readers last year. Now, Broad Green Pictures has picked up the popular young adult road trip novel for a feature adaptation.
A teenage girl is dragged from her home in northern Ohio to the “wastelands” of Mississippi to live with her dad and new stepmom. Before the dust has a chance to settle, she learns her mother is sick in Cleveland, so she hops aboard a Greyhound bus to her real home.
Based on the life of the legendary gambler, adapted from the book by Kevin Cook.
Dirty Grandpa star Zac Efron is set to produce Straight to Hell, Paramount’s feature adaptation of John LeFevre’s tell-all, Straight to Hell: True Tales of Deviance, Debauchery, and Billion-Dollar Deals.
An uncensored and shameless take on the deviant, dysfunctional, and absolutely excessive world of finance.
Park Chan-wook is known for directing visually stunning, yet brutal films that explore dark subject matter, which makes him the perfect choice to steer the feature adaptation of Japanese science fiction writer Project Itoh’s novel, Genocidal Organ.