Hasbro’s British counterpart to G.I. Joe is being developed by Robbins’ Paramount imprint that has been lining up many projects in the past year.
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The fledgling production company has bought the rights to Olivia Koski and astronomer Dr. Jana Grcevich’s sci-fi novel about a routine family trip in outer space that turns deadly. It’s being compared to Jurassic World, but it’ll be based on real science, just like The Martian.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Chris Petrikin moves from 20th Century Fox to Paramount while Brian Robbins, founder of AwesomenessTV, is head of the new Paramount Players venture.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Both Spike TV and Comedy Central have seen major departures from the network this week, while Illumination has a new COO.
Awesomeness Films’ Wolf In The Wild has tapped Frank Grillo to star in the crime thriller. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension‘s Greg Plotkin will direct.
Up and coming actresses Bella Thorne and Halston Sage have nabbed roles in the upcoming thriller, You Get Me. The Awesome Films project will be directed by Brent Bonacorso and produced by Brian Robbins and Matt Kaplan.
Richie Rich is just a normal kid, except that he has a trillion dollars. Following his overnight success, he moves his father and his sister into his newly built mansion, and shares his success with his two best friends.
Logline: Follows Felix, a legendary prankster who always charms his way out of trouble. After his third strike at school, the principal has had enough and expels him. Never defeated, Felix resorts to his infamous ways and devises a plan with his brother, best friend, new friend, classmate to convince his parents he’s a stellar student.
The famous film gets the “High School” Treatment
A&E greenlights a PI drama, CBS grabs a supernatural cop drama, as well as an assistant comedy, Comedy Central revives a dormant Spike pilot, MTV brings us back to 1993 with some B&B, NBC picks up a new “inception-like” spec from Lone Star creator, adds a Brit reboot, a cheaters love story, and an Arrested Development style laugher. Meanwhile, NCIS gets a renewal, Chase doesn’t, and CBS and Comedy Central add directors to their pilots.
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