Since January 2010, McCormick has operated Langley Park Productions, which produced Gangster Squad, The Lucky One and the Arthur remake. McCormick is also a producer on the Amazon Studios thriller Lost Girls starring Sarah Paulson.
As the war for the iron throne is entering the final act, and final seasons, HBO is not ready to say goodbye to Game of Thrones and has put four different series in development based on the Westeros universe.
Parenthood alumni Mae Whitman is getting into the musical genre with MGM’s musical remake of Valley Girl, the Tracking Board has confirmed.
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TriStar Television has optioned Shattered, the book by journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes about Hillary Clinton’s shocking election upset. (The Hollywood Reporter)
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