Category Archives: TV Series
A modern update of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale, it centers on a man with split personalities who struggles to keep his murderous alter ego under control.
Logline kept under wraps, but the movie will be based on the popular sitcom from the ’70s and ’80s.
Warner Bros. is in development with a big screen adaptation of the classic Looney Tunes character Speedy Gonzales. Dylan Sellers and Euginio Derbez are set to produce.
The Valorians and Rulons, two warring species, go back in time to prehistoric Earth and wage war with armies of dinosaurs.
Mattel is working with Solipsist Film to bring the 1988 Tyco cartoon Dino-Riders to theaters and give Paramount’s Transformers some worthy competition in the next few years.
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.
Based on the 1970s TV show, three skilled female detectives take jobs from the mysterious man, known only through a speaker phone, Charlie.
Kept under wraps but pitched as an Avengers/Space Jam/Wreck It Ralph-esque crossover film for all the early 1990s Nicktoons.
The NBC series that starred Ben Gazarra is getting a makeover for film from Mandalay and Imagine. The film is about an agent of MI-6 who reevaluates his life after learning that he will soon die.
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.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as another live-action interpretation of the beloved cartoon classic about the dimwitted cyborg policeman.
Logline: No-nonsense irascible substitute teacher Mr. Garvey competes against a rival inner-city educator for the respect and admiration of the student body.
Logline: Follows the escapades of 12 year-old boy Finn and super-powered best friend dog Jake who fight fiercely in a quest to protect their bizarrely inhabited Land of Ooo from a wide array of foes and mythical creatures. Based on the widely popular Cartoon Network animated series.
Logline: Follows Kevin, a young boy who discovers a mysterious way into the magical Valley of Knights. There he befriends the king and together they battle their common enemy, the king’s evil brother, who wants to seize the throne.
Logline: When a police officer wakes up in a hospital to find out he is in the middle of a zombie apocalypse he will do anything to find his family — even sacrifice twitter.
Logline: Four armed robbers are killed during a robbery and their surviving widows come together to try to finish the failed job.
Logline: Set in Miami in 1962, centers on the most powerful Miami Beach hotel owner who fights to save his family and survive the seedy underground of Magic City.
Logline: Stuart hires a Russian model to pretend to be his girlfriend when his british ex-girlfriend visits.
Logline: Based on the popular line of Hasbro toys and subsequent animated TV series.
Logline: Follows former branch manager David Brent ten years later while on the road selling cleaning products and still dreaming of becoming a rock star.
Logline: A mysterious capsule crash lands on Earth, containing inside a boy who claims to be from Mars. Now, a Homeland Security agent must race to protect the boy and uncover the truth.
Jim Belushi joins the star-studded cast of the courtroom drama “The Whole Truth”.
The writing team brings the cult TV classic to the big screen.