When a down on his luck high school senior discovers that the old roadside diner outside of town is secretly a hangout for parallel universe travelers, he sets off on a mind-bending adventure across the multiverse that takes him beyond his wildest dreams. Based on the Hugo Award-winning short story.
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Letterman is set to direct the highly-anticipated adaptation of the iconic role-playing game from Warner Bros., Vertigo and Hasbro.
The Academy Award-winning director is set to helm Warner Bros.’ live-action adaptation of the classic story about a wooden puppet who wants to be a real boy.
Sources have confirmed to The Tracking Board that Warner Brothers and Wendy Finerman Productions are in development with a new dystopian drama, Flawed, an adaptation of the yet-to-be-released novel of the same name from bestselling author Cecelia Ahern.
Warner Bros. has just picked up the rights to J. Ryan Stradal’s acclaimed debut novel Kitchens of The Great Midwest, which made waves this past summer following its July release.
Warner Brothers is developing a biographical drama based on the life of iconic astrophysicist Carl Sagan. His widow, Ann Druyan, will serve as a producer on the film.
Mac is making Minecraft. The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-creator and co-star has been selected by Mojang AB to direct the film adaptation of the best-selling video game.
The long-gestating adaptation of NY Times Bestseller Meg is now moving forward at Warner Bros. The film is based on the original bestselling novel MEG: A Novel Of Deep Terror written by Steve Alten, which centers on two men from opposite points of view that are forced to band together in order to neutralize the terror that’s threatening the California coast.
The “Unfaithful” actress is set to star in the sci-fi project, that will mark her producing debut.
Logline: Follows the escapades of 12 year-old boy Finn and super-powered best friend dog Jake who fight fiercely in a quest to protect their bizarrely inhabited Land of Ooo from a wide array of foes and mythical creatures. Based on the widely popular Cartoon Network animated series.
Anderson is adapting Andrea Cremer and David Levithan’s “Infinity” for Warner Bros., and her buzzed-about spec “Catherine the Great” is in development at Atlas Entertainment.