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Universal staved off a major push from Warner Bros., which had been courting Peele to direct one of its long-gestating development projects such as Akira, The Flash and Uptown Saturday Night.
In a timely move, Tom McCarthy, director of this year’s Best Picture winner Spotlight, and Jason Blum, known for producing horror films, are teaming up for an untitled miniseries on the former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes.
In 1988, a teenage boy takes care of his elderly former housekeeper who he thinks suffers from dementia, but is unaware that her memories are being stolen by a camera belonging to an evil figure known as The Phoenician.
Centers on a widowed father who is desperate and financially broken from trying to save his child from a rare illness.
A group of young adults dress up as devils on the night before Halloween to terrorize their victims for the sins they committed.
Rising horror director Alexandre Aja is teaming up with the biggest name in indie horror, Jason Blum, for Sleepwalker. Blum is producing for his Blumhouse Productions label, while Ian Bryce produces via his own shingle. Plot details are being kept hush, though sources let on that the project involves a sleep lab study.
Lee Pace and Carrie Coon have been tapped to star in the latest micro-budget genre film from Blumhouse Productions. Titled The Keeping Hours, the pic will be a departure from the shingle’s vast library of genre titles, as it’s the company’s first love story.
Logline is kept under wraps.
Kept under wraps, but centers on a young African American man who visits his Caucasian girlfriend’s family estate.
Set in 1960s Ireland, tells story of a troubled young woman who must confront her violent and tragic past when she travels to a remote island.
Pitched as Gravity meets 127 Hours. When a man joins his estranged daughter on a mountain climb in an attempt to repair their relationship, a tragic accident leaves them stranded hundreds of feet in the air; as a storm sets in, the two must fight against the elements and terrifying heights in order to survive.
Logline: Explores the case of Jeffery MacDonald, who was convicted in 1979 of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters and sentenced to serve a life sentence for each of the three murders. However, the case against MacDonald may have contained false elements entirely.