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Set six years after the original, an unlikely new hero emerges: a young African–American female pilot, who takes up the mantle of Rocketeer in an attempt to stop an ambitious and corrupt rocket scientist from stealing jet-pack technology in what could prove to be a turning point in the Cold War.
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.
Based on the true success story of illegal immigrant Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa who overcame hardship to become one of the nation’s most acclaimed doctors.
Get ready Fowl fans, as it looks as though Walt Disney Pictures and The Weinstein Company are finally moving forward on the seriously long-awaited Artemis Fowl adaptation, securing Kenneth Branagh to direct.
Based on the Chinese legend, a princess disguises herself as a man so she can take her father’s place in the army, becoming a Warrior.
Logline: Kept under wraps but touted as a revisionist take on the Robin Hood legend.
Logline: A witch hunter teams up with a magical housewife to stop a power-hungry evil witch.
Logline: Two 14-year-old boys, Jim and William, have a nightmarish experience when a traveling carnival comes to town and uses its evil powers to enslave people, including Will’s father.
Logline: Family comedy in the tone of “Night at the Museum” about a take-your-child-to-work day at Area 51 that goes terribly wrong.
Logline: A young marine and his company fight their way through the Vietnamese jungle, facing dangerous enemies and the hostile environment they are dropped into.
Logline: Story follows a school teacher who becomes the first female football varsity coach.
Logline: Story centers on five adventurers who are called to the top of a mountain and encounter a vicious pack of Yetis on the journey back down.
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Logline: Story follows the crime-solving adventures of Miss Jane Marple, a spinster with a sharp logical mind who acts as an amateur detective.
Logline: Centers on a family on a cross-country trip, who discover that their road trip is taking them through time fractures, and instead of gaining, or losing an hour, they’re traveling to various periods in time, from prehistoric dinosaurs, to the wild west, and back.
Logline: After a terrible day, Penny Talbot wishes she was a somebody in her high school, specifically the most popular girl, the most athletic and the class president. When her wish becomes an unexpected reality, she lives through the girls’ bodies and gets a chance to see how the other side lives.
Logline: Follows the story of Laurel, a high school sophomore, who sprouts wings and discovers that she was born a fairy. When ill-intentioned developers offer to buy her human family’s land, which contains the portal to the fairy kingdom, Laurel must race to protect the fairies.
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Logline: The story follows a teenage boy who discovers that the girl next door and her father are monsters living in disguise among humans as part of the Monster Relocation Program.
Logline: After she makes an impression on the prince, Cinderella must fight her way out of the enchanted forest in order to prevent the prince from entering a marriage that will destroy the kingdom.
Logline: A young man joins the local marching band, realizing he can bring his own style and aesthetic to their music.
Logline: A comical and autobiographical account of one man’s struggle to beat cancer.
Logline: Retelling of the Cinderella story.
Logline: After washing ashore on a tropical island following a shipwreck, the Robinson family reinvents their lives to survive the elements of their new habitat.
Logline: A 13-year old boy discovers that he can “fade” and must learn the dangers of his gift and how easily his invisibility can be abused.
Logline: Pitched in the vein of “Game of Thrones,” an origin story about the wizard Merlin.