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The pic, which is being produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard for their Imagine Entertainment shingle, was sold as a pitch from Ben Schwartz in 2012, with Schwartz also hired on to write. Josh Greenbaum is now feeling the pangs of love for the project, and has signed on to direct.
Will Packer has come on board to produce the new thriller Breaking In, which Focus Features plans on releasing under their newly-revived Gramercy Pictures label.
The untitled project, which Fey will star in, follows three friends that set off to Atlantic City to make it big after receiving lessons from a card-counting guru. Fey will produce via her shingle Little Stranger, Inc.
Logline: Kept under wraps. Sequel to 2015’s Jurassic World.
After the two-legged residents head for work and school, their pets must thwart an evil plot led by a human-hating cat and make it back in time for dinner.
Pitched tonally in the vein of Maleficent and Snow White & The Huntsman follows Alice in Wonderland’s Queen of Hearts from her beginnings as a lonely, good-natured princess to her rise as the cruel and murderous tyrant of Wonderland.
Based on a three-book proposal, the pic will follow the eponymous Queen of Hearts from her beginnings as a lonely, good-natured princess to her rise as the cruel and murderous tyrant of Wonderland. Pitched tonally in the vein of Maleficent and Universal’s own Snow White & The Huntsman.
Logline: Kept under wraps, in the tone of “Bridesmaids” meets “First Wives Club”.
Logline: Confident that he’s in a loveless marriage but too chicken to file for divorce, a man hires a guy to seduce his wife, only for him to discover that he’s still in love with her.
Michael De Luca is leaving his job at Sony’s Columbia Pictures to produce for Universal Pictures!
Logline: Follows an infamous trio of bank robbers who were known for robbing banks in the U.S. and Canada with astounding precision and speed.
Logline: Coming-of-age story set in the high-end salon world that follows a young woman who, with no business experience and the help of her brother, defied everyone’s expectations to create the DryBar franchise.
Logline: Who says princesses don’t wear black? When trouble raises its blue monster head, Princess Magnolia ditches her flouncy dresses and becomes the Princess in Black to fight the monsters that come from Monster Land.
Logline: Kept under wraps, Jay Roach thriller starring Scarlett Johansson.
Logline: A sexy bride ditches her mobster fiancé at the alter and goes on the run, but hings go awry for her when he seeks refuge by pretending to be a young man’s mother.
Logline: The third installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy. After accepting entrepreneur Christian Grey’s proposal in “Fifty Shades Darker,” Anastasia Steele must adjust not only to married life but to her new husband’s wealthy lifestyle and controlling nature.
Logline: The second installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy that traces the deepening relationship between a college graduate, Anastasia Steele, and a young business magnate, Christian Grey.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but is the sequel to the 2014 hit “Neighbors.”
Logline: As Britain struggles through the darkest hours of World War II, a naval officer, raw from the loss of his ship during the evacuation of Dunkirk, is thrust into the thick of the hunt for the Nazi super-battleship, Bismarck.
Logline: Two border patrol agents investigate a drug cartel operating out of a Native American reservation casino.
Logline: Follows the pursuit and capture of notorious drug cartel leader Joaquin Guzman.
Logline: Centers on a young couple who meet and share one incredible day together only to be separated, spending the next year looking for each other and finding themselves along the way.
Logline: Kept under wraps but will be set in the world of obsessive female football fans.
Logline: Tells the true story of Rick Wershe, a teenager in Detroit who became the prolific cocaine trafficker known as “White Boy Rick,” but secretly worked as an undercover informant for the FBI and DEA.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but pitched as high-concept comedy set in Colorado.