Browsing: Imagine Entertainment
“That might have been the first time I’ve ever cried in a general meeting trying to sign a writer.”
Kendrick Tan of Lit Entertainment Group joins us once again and breaks down the emotionally charged story of Godwin Jabangwe and his animated-musical pitch TUNGA.
Chronicles J.D. Vance’s upbringing in the Rust Belt city of Middletown, Ohio, and the Appalachian town of Jackson, Kentucky, where he grew up among the working class “hillbillies.” He and his family endured social and economic hardships, and also struggled with drug addiction.
Mila Kunis is in talks to co-star in the Lionsgate movie, which Susanna Fogel will direct from a script she’s co-writing with David Iserson.
Femme-centric sports film Blue Crush is getting a shot at the small screen as NBC puts a series adaptation in the works. The film from Imagine Entertainment and Universal Studios was released in 2002 and starred Kate Bosworth, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sanoe Lake.
Jackie Earle Haley will sink his teeth into the role of the evil vampire, Sayre in the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower.
Known for tackling dark subject matter, screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker has been brought in update the 1946 noir classic The Killers for Universal. Ron Howard and Brian Grazer will produce through their Imagine Entertainment.
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.
Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s latest project is centered around the world of skateboarding. While details of the story are being kept under wraps, we hear that it’s being pitched as 8 Mile meets Lords of Dogtown.
The NBC series that starred Ben Gazarra is getting a makeover for film from Mandalay and Imagine. The film is about an agent of MI-6 who reevaluates his life after learning that he will soon die.
The pic, which is being produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard for their Imagine Entertainment shingle, was sold as a pitch from Ben Schwartz in 2012, with Schwartz also hired on to write. Josh Greenbaum is now feeling the pangs of love for the project, and has signed on to direct.
Kept under wraps, but centers on a heist of the world’s greatest treasures.
Though it’s not going to hit shelves until March 1st, 2016, Taylor Bayouth’s How to Steal the Mona Lisa: and Six Other World-Famous Treasures is already primed for a big-screen adaptation.
The Army gunner-turned-writer has been chosen to adapt the harrowing novel about Fallujah.