Category Archives: OWA
Based on the hit video game franchise, an android becomes a fighting machine to help his creator fight the evil Dr. Wily and his robots.
Centers on a man who followed his stolen iphone to China, becoming a celebrity and finding a lifelong friend.
Chronicles Cedric Jennings’ academic life in Ballou High School, an inner city school in Washington, D.C., and eventually to Brown University, exemplifying the problems of inner-city education systems.
Loosely based on the NBC series of the same name, RUN FOR YOUR LIFE is about an agent of MI-6 who reevaluates his life after learning that he will soon die.
A semi-autobiographical account of Herman Melville’s experiences as a captive on the island Nuku Hiva in 1842.
A young girl whose parents are deaf has a gift for singing, and must choose between going to Paris for a talent contest or staying to help her family on their farm.
Set against the backdrop of early twentieth century Kenya, centers on Beryl Markham, a record-setting aviator, adventurer, author, and racehorse trainer.
Logline: The true story of Nellie Bly, the pioneer of investigative journalism who, among her many feats, successfully circumnavigated the globe in a record-breaking 72 days.
Based on the 1997 German film of the same name, four female cons who have formed a band in prison get a chance to play at a police ball outside the walls and escape, becoming pop-stars while on the lam.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as Wall Street meets Cocktail in tone.
Centers on Aretha Franklin’s transition from gospel singer to mainstream artist in the early sixties to mid-seventies, exploring her rise to fame and delving into her interpersonal relationships.
Based on the popular children’s book series by Lee Bacon.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as a Tim Burton-esque take with supernatural elements about a group of hotel guests disappearing from an elevator.
Follows three friends that set off to Atlantic City to make it big after receiving lessons from a card-counting guru.
Hybrid live-action/animation take in the vein of John Hughes, following the escapades of the titular mouse and his adopted family, the Littles.
Follows Naruto Uzumaki, an adolescent ninja who dreams of one day becoming the Hokage, the village ninja who serves as protector and leader, considered strongest of them all.
Logline: Centers on Moe ‘Pipeline Moe’ Norman, a Canadian professional golfer who set numerous course records and dazzled spectators with his unerring accuracy and penchant for holes-in-one. Yet his eccentric behavior kept him from earning fame or financial reward during his lifetime and he spent much of his career alone and in poverty.
Logline: Story follows a team sent to relaunch a research facility 6,000 meters below the ocean’s surface after it was destroyed following a mysterious discovery. As they begin to get the facility back online they quickly discover that whatever the previous team found does not want to be found.
A young girl slowly discovers that she was drugged by her parents to induce amnesia so that she would forget her brutal attack and rape. As she slowly uncovers the truth, the identity of the assailant and secrets from the investigation emerge.
Kept under wraps, but being pitched as Bridget Jones’ Diary with elements of Jerry Maguire.
Explores the concept that if someone is able to obtain an individual’s DNA, then it is possible to create a personalized virus that will only effect that specific individual.
Centers on notorious mobster Johnny “Handsome” Roselli, who helped the Chicago Outfit control Hollywood and the Las Vegas strip, and was even involved with the CIA’s plot to assassinate Fidel Castro in the 1960’s.
A writer attempts to manage the many women who fall in love with him through his writings.
Explores the true crime that inspired Dostoevsky’s classic Crime and Punishmentand the intense process of writing the book.
Kept under wraps, but serves as the third installment of the franchise.
A comic take on the life of one woman juggling motherhood with a career on Wall Street, set against the backdrop of the impending financial crisis of 2008.
Kept under wraps, but serves as a sequel to the 2013 hit animated comedy Escape From Planet Earth.
Based on the hit mobile game Cut The Rope, the story follows a boy that opens a secret package containing a living scientific experiment. Known as Om Nom, this adorable creature has an insatiable appetite for everything sugary, and leads the boy and his friends on a journey to save their town.