Browsing: Aaron Kaplan
Narnia. Hogwarts. Neverland. All magical places that mortals can travel to and marvel at the strange creatures and wonders not seen in our world. But what if a door to a magical land was discovered and instead of pure hearted adventures, a man saw an opportunity to charge a fortune for an exclusive private game reserve where you can “bag” a magical creature.
Ten years after graduating from a school of magic, a down-on-her-luck witch is working at Dunkin’ Donuts and lamenting old romances when a high school reunion-gone-wrong makes her the last hope to stop a couple of witch supremacists from world domination.
Following the tragic and unexpected death of his wife on their wedding day, a young man finds himself devastated and unable to move on with his life. But when he discovers his beloved wife alive and well beside him on their four-year anniversary, he must come to grips with which reality he is in fact living.
In 1824, wrongfully imprisoned ROBERT GREENHILL must partner with notorious murderer ALEXANDER PEARCE to escape a brutal penal colony and survive the treacherous Tasmanian wilds… but as their adventure takes increasingly darker turns, Greenhill begins to suspect he may become Pearce’s next victim. Based on a true story.
The unknown true story of Gino Bartali, Tour de France champion, Italy’s greatest cyclist of the 1930 and ’40s, and a man who took a great secret to the grave. During World War II, with the Third Reich advancing on his country, he used his training as cover to save the lives of thousands of Jews by smuggling them out of fascist Italy and into Switzerland.
The African-American private investigator who inspired Raymond Chandler’s fictional character Philip Marlowe is getting his own series from the CW. The network is working with producer Aaron Kaplan to develop Marlowe, with Devon Greggory writing the script based on Launch Pad alum Louise Ransil’s feature script.
CBS took the unusual step last week of renewing 11 returning series, without addressing the fate of any freshman series. What does that tell us? It might indicate they’re waiting to get a feel for this year’s crop of pilots. Get the complete breakdown in our CBS Comedy pilots preview.
With Paul Lee out at ABC, you’d expect their comedy lineup to be in shambles. That’s actually not the case though. See why in our ABC Comedy pilot season preview.
Previously reported as a possible film rights bonanza, NBC has decided to take the terrifying true story of a New Jersey family and the “Watcher” who stalks their new home to television.