Browsing: Jim Miller
Jim Miller is overseeing development for Lionsgate,with the intent to develop a heartwarming family story in the vein of The Hundred Foot Journey. The original film’s producers Eric Jehelmann, Philippe Rousselet, and Stephanie Bermann are returning to produce the remake.
Published via HarperCollins on August 23, 2011, the property was soon snatched up by Sony Pictures, with Matt Tolmach producing. Tolmach and his Matt Tolmach Productions will also make the jump to Lionsgate.
The popular magazine article following the major Los Angeles motorcycle sting operation is getting the film treatment. The March 18th article details an undercover operation where four California Highway Patrol detectives infiltrated the growing sports bike subculture of Los Angeles to take down the black market demand for stolen bike parts.
Logline: Follows an alternate history vision of the 1940s where the discover of new ore lead to the development of combat robots and World War II never ended. The world is now divided into three blocs: the Allies, comprised of the US, the Commonwealth, and the French colonies; the Axis, not led by Hitler, who was successfully assassinated in Operation Valkerie; and the SSU, a union of the USSR and China.
Logline: For years, three lifelong friends have used an imaginary character named Ricky Stanicky to get them out of sticky situaÂ¬tions. However, when their wives demand a meeting with Ricky, the friends are forced to hire an actor to portray him… with unfortunate results.