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Peter has always been told the voice he hears at night is only in his head, but when he suspects his parents have been lying, he conspires to free the girl within the walls of his house.
Home invasion thriller nspired by the “Kelly–Hopkinsville encounter” in which a Kentucky family claimed to have survived an all night alien home invasion attempt.
A young refugee couple make a harrowing escape from war-torn Sudan but then struggle to adjust to their new life in a small English town that has an evil lurking beneath the surface.
Ben Affleck isn’t long for the cape and cowl, while Zack Snyder has directed his last DC movie, and possibly his last movie ever for Warner Bros., where he still has a producing deal.
In a world where your life can be “saved,” uploaded to a computer, and restarted in the case of your untimely demise, a husband returns from the dead to suspect his wife may have been involved in his death.
When her violent past catches up with her, a woman in hiding from her criminal ex must work with a CIA agent to save the daughter she gave up for adoption years earlier.
A gritty western that follows two ambitious adventurers during the Gold Rush era as they set out to conquer and prosper in California’s Yuba river valley – a place that would go down in history as being one of the most dangerous, lawless, and wealth-fulfilling areas in the whole world. There Will Be Blood and Legends of the Fall.
Netflix has acquired the Russian mafia manuscript Vor by newcomer author Rimma Rose in preemptive film rights deal, setting up a potential publishing frenzy.
In the Russian Mafia, a “Vor” is a made man; an honor only given when the recruit shows loyalty beyond measure, with members of the Vor-world accept the code of the “Thief within the Law”. Criminologists and top military officials have cited Vor as one of the most lethal, best structured criminal organizations in history, still in operation to this day.
Logline: Story is being pitched as a big sci-fi twist on The Firm, and centers on a young lawyer/recruit who is tasked to help the firm defend a Treaty as old as civilization itself, which is set to expire.
Described as a female Indiana Jones, the story follows Delilah Dirk as she wields her sword, battles pirates and escapes on her flying boat while seeking adventures around the globe.
A young woman starts to work at a wealthy estate and soon realizes is haunted. She believes that the children may be possessed and begins to fear for her life. Inspired by the 1898 Henry James gothic ghost story The Turn Of The Screw.
Warner Bros. and 1821 Media are teaming up on an untitled “Treasure Hunt” feature based on an idea from 1821’s Terry Dougas. Grant Pierce Myers has signed on to write the the script.
Lionsgate has picked up the tab on Bottle Girls, a female empowerment drama from screenwriter Laura Sandler. Details are being kept under wraps, but its being pitched as Risky Business and Coyote Ugly.
Set in the exclusive world of high-end nightlife and focused on the VIP bottle girls and hosts who’ve become an integral part of the club experience as well as social media influencers.
Two instagram-obsessed girls unlock a deadly spirit when they try to take a selfie with an old Polaroid camera.
Based on the iconic game, a warrior and his band of mystical creatures – including a half-dragon and a cunning gnome – embark on a dangerous journey to find a mythical treasure.
Chronicles the adventures of Nimona, a exciteable, trouble-making young shapeshifter who operates as a sidekick to knight-turned-mad scientist supervillain Lord Ballister Blackheart.
The series chronicles the adventures of Nimona, a exciteable, trouble-making young shapeshifter who operates as a sidekick to knight-turned-mad scientist supervillain Lord Ballister Blackheart.
Logline: Based on the 1997 film “Cube”, a group of strangers must work together to survive when they find themselves trapped in a terrifying cubed structure built up of 17,000 rooms.
Based on the true story of Carla Moran, a single mother who claimed to have been sexually and physically abused by a terrifying supernatural demon.
Logline: The story follows Jimmy, the first-of-its-kind social interactive robot created by Intel and Trossen Robotics.