Key tasks include high email volume, scheduling, rolling calls, as well as involvement in creative.
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This role will also entail a large amount of reading. Key tasks include: Scheduling, rolling calls, note taking, research, and script/book coverage.
Good Universe has picked up the rights and 21 Laps (“Arrival,” “Stranger Things”) will co-produce the science fiction film.
The in-demand writers also have Dwayne Johnson’s Disney movie Jungle Cruise on their plate, as well as Deadliest Warrior with Paramount. They were also once involved with developing a Flash Gordon film for Matthew Vaughn to direct.
Actor-turned-bestselling-author Chris Colfer has a big new project: adapting his own book The Land of Stories, which has been acquired by 20th Century Fox. Colfer will not only be penning the script, however, he’ll also be making his directorial debut.
The story follows a paranormal investigator who finds himself drawn to a small town that has experienced bizarre phenomena. He soon discovers that these instances have an eerie connection with his own past.
Following a bloodthirsty bidding war that ended in a high six-figure deal, 20th Century Fox has acquired rights to Raymond Villareal’s novel A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising.
Jason Sudeikis, Ed Harris, and Elizabeth Olsen are in talks to star in the dramedy Kodachrome, based on a 2010 New York Times article by A.G. Sulzberger. Shawn Levy is set to produce.
Shawn Levy is set to blast off as the director of Columbia Pictures’ remake of the John Carpenter-directed 1980s sci-fi classic, Starman.
Night at the Museum director-producer Shawn Levy and his 21 Laps Entertainment are set to produce The Woods Run Red from an original script by Paul Gerstenberger.
Megan Mullally is set to bring the funny in the upcoming Fox comedy, Why Him. The Will and Grace alum joins Bryan Cranston and James Franco for the movie directed and co-written by John Hamburg. Mullally will play Barb Fleming, wife to Cranston’s Ned.