Category Archives: Film Rights
John Clayton, a disgraced ex-Marine in the employ of the FBI, begins violently robbing banks with his former unit, killing anyone who stands in their way.
The true story of a unique little bird that saves a family.
Chronicles the true story of Bontinck, a former Belgian soldier, whose then 18-year-old son Jejoen became a radical Islamic and fled to Syria to join ISIS.
Junior, a budding cartoonist growing up on the Spokane Indian Reservation, is determined to take his future into his own hands. He leaves his troubled school on the reservation to attend an all-white farm town high school where the only other Indian is the school mascot.
Two brown girls dream of being dancers, but only one has talent, while the other has grand ideas.
In the style of great adventure classics like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Treasure Island, a new book about the golden age of pirates, Plunder, is hitting the film and television markets in a big way. The book is co-authored by Pat Croce and Adam Slutsky.
16 year-old Charlie Drake learns he’s the descendant of the great explorer Sir Francis Drake and embarks on a journey to discover his place in the world and his identity.
The mystery/thriller set in 1950s Morocco is about a woman named Alice Shipley who tries to leave both her past and her college roommate behind after the man she intends to marry suddenly dies. Years later, she reconnects with that same roommate, Lucy, and then Alice’s husband disappears. The mystery leaves Alice to wonder if Lucy is as dangerous as she thinks or whether she is imaging things.
The up and coming 1inMM Productions in a preemptive deal acquired the film rights to a new manuscript: Prisoner Six from author/screenwriter Tara Pinley. Julio Hallivis, a principle at 1inMM, is set to produce the project for the company.
A contained, high concept sci-fi thriller in the vein of Moon and Ex Machina.
An adaptation of the acclaimed French graphic novel Naja written by Jean-David Morvan and illustrated by Bengal is in the works from Thunder Road Pictures, Entertainment 360, and Nickel City Productions with J.P. Davis penning the script and Cedric Nicolas-Troyan directing.
A female assassin who is unable to feel pain is hunted by contract killers.
The new semi-autobiographical novel from Janét Saunders, After Spin the Bottle, is heating up the film rights market in big and competitive ways. It was published earlier this year in March by AuthorHouse.
A teen leaves college to enlist in the Army shortly after the 9/11 attack, despite protests from his parents.
As the galaxy’s most fierce warrior, a humanoid teen masquerades as a senator’s daughter and a hostage of the galactic court.
Morrigan Crow is saved from her fate of dying on her ninth birthday by the mysterious Jupiter and taken to the city Nevermoor, where she must compete in four dangerous trials against other children.
Fiona Quinn finds herself part of a strange support group, the “dead souls,” after she makes a deal with the devil for a wish in exchange for a favor and her immortal soul.
Centers on insurance investigator Carl Seltz, who learns that he’s really a homicidal cyborg tax collector codenamed Nixon. A fellow robot informs him that he’s the last hope for their race to escape their programmed slavery.
Thousands of years in the future, young Paul Atreides and his family relocate to the desert planet Arrakis, the only source of the spice melange, the most important and valuable substance in the universe.
The true story of two African-American brothers who were kidnapped and displayed as circus freaks while their mother endured a 28-year struggle to get them back.
Tells the story of a teddy bear who, over the course of one night in a closed department store, goes on an adventure to find his lost button so that he can find the home and the friend that he has always wanted.
Follows a magistrate of the border outpost as the reckless behavior of the Empire he serves threatens to trigger a Barbarian invasion. He begins to question imperialism when he saves a young ‘barbarian’ and realizes that all is not what it appears to be.
Chronicles the real life events surrounding President Geroge W. Bush’s evacuation from a Sarasota, Florida classroom after the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.
Jenn and her husband Greg holiday each year in Deia, enjoying languorous afternoons by the pool. But this year the equilibrium is upset by the arrival of Emma, Jenn’s stepdaughter, and her boyfriend Nathan. Beautiful and reckless, Nathan stirs something unexpected in Jenn.
Based on the story of the Västberga helicopter robbery in 2009 where robbers stole over $5 million from a G4S cash service depot in Stockholm, Sweden.
Article details the strange 2015 case about Dee Dee Blanchard and her supposedly sick daughter Gypsy Rose.
The story, which is being pitched as The Revenant with a strong female lead and an elevated supernatural horror component, centers on a pregnant witch in the Old West who hunts down the possessed man who killed her husband.
A pregnant witch in the old west hunts down the possessed man who killed her husband.
A new book from highly regarded author Ann Patchett is making its way into the film rights market and turning heads. Commonwealth has been receiving rave reviews since its publication in mid-September from Harpercollins.