Category Archives: Specs
Logline: Kept under wraps, but pitched as “The Da Vinci Code” meets “Seven.”
Logline: After envisioning the murder of his wife in a drug-induced hallucination, a detective, tormented by his own personal demons, must fight to alter the course of their shared destiny.
Logline: Pitched as a “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon” meets “Snow White And The Huntsman” take on the tale of princess-turned-warrior Mulan.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but pitched as a “300”-style re-imagining of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”
Logline: Described as Argo in tone, the story centers around a secret mission in which a CIA agent convinces a Tibetan scholar to sneak into Tibet to enlist the help of the Dalai Lama to keep communism from taking over the continent of Asia.
Longline: Pitched as a dark spin on the Rapunzel fairytale in the vein of Snow White and the Huntsman, the story follows the princess as she goes rogue and exacts revenge after not having been rescued from her tower.
Logline: A teenage exorcist attempts to balance her normal life with her duty to help those afflicted by evil, as she has the power to enter the bodies of the possessed and physically fight off their demonic entities.
Logline: Pitched as “Captain Phillips” meets “The Rock.” Once America’s mightiest weapon, the aircraft carrier Nimitz is at the end of her service and on a final journey to be decommissioned. But when a force of mysterious soldiers capture her as she leaves New York, an aging Admiral and a young Lieutenant must overcome incomprehensible odds to retake the ship before her fearsome capabilities are unleashed upon the world.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but pitched as “Top Gun” set in the close future.
Logline: Pitched as “The Game” meets “The Adjustment Bureau.” When his wife is murdered, a wanted legal prodigy must travel the globe to expose those responsible, a clandestine organization hired to extract damaging secrets from high-profile individuals.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as the first installment of a four-quadrant adventure franchise.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as a high-concept thriller that’s Enemy Of The State meets Limitless.
Logline: A home-invasion crew terrorizes homes in a neighborhood, until they choose the wrong residence.
Logline: Kept under wraps but pitched in the vein of Mission Impossible meets Fast and the Furious…in the air.
Logline: In the tone of “Being John Malkovich” and “Birdman;” thirty years after being replaced by Michael J. Fox in “Back To The Future,” after only five weeks of shooting, a now bitter and broke Eric Stoltz uses a time machine to go back to 1985 to prevent his younger self from being fired. Loosely inspired by a true story.
Loglinge: Described as Gone Girl meets Primal Fear, a popular podcast brings a thirty-five year old murder case back into the public eye, re-opening the case of a mysterious death.
Logline: A couple begins to fear their child after he begins to show signs of genius level intelligence, which change him in chilling ways, leaving his parents and doctors wondering if his growing intellect is natural or if there is some other force influencing him. Pitched as a frightening exploration of reincarnation.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but touted as a sci-fi actioner set in a dystopian world.
Logline: The untold story of Jasper “Jack” Newton Daniel’s rise from hardscrabble youth to one of the most famous spirits producers in the world.
Logline: Centers around the rise and fall of famed baseball legend Roger Clemens, who was one of the most dominant pitchers in major league history, an eleven-time All-Star and two-time World Series champion, and whose career was rocked by accusations of steroid abuse and perjury.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but being pitched as a futuristic Fast and Furious.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but tells an original origin story of the classic character.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as Starman meets The Fugitive.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as a contained, dark/family-cult twist on The Strangers.
Logline: Mickey’s life is thrown into a tailspin when his company starts up a work release program and his estranged father, a career criminal, is their first participant.
Logline: In the vein of “Meet The Parents” – A well-intentioned iTunes executive who’s planning to propose to the love of his life, clashes with her legendary rock star father who refuses to go digital with his music, and her sister’s boyfriend, who has become the new favorite future son-in-law, over a weekend that spirals into a comedic rivalry.