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In the true story, the recent Emmy winner for The Handmaid’s Tale will play a woman who discovers an underground group of women who provide safe abortions pre-Roe v. Wade.
Sleep Well Tonight is the story of a 17-year-old convict in a maximum security prison and a 23-year-old guard, who both start on the same day. This is an intense look into what it is like being weak on both sides of the fence in the American prison system.
Set on Halloween, the story follows a group of friends who get more than they bargained for when they enter a haunted house that preys on their deepest fears.
Plot details of Daniel Kunka’s script are being kept in a black hole on the Universal lot, but it’s expected to be a high-concept tentpole in the vein of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Universal already has a relationship with Trachtenberg and Kunka, who are developing Crime of the Century for the studio and producer Chris Morgan.
Loosely based on actual events, story is about the larger-than-life exploits of PENNY BANKS HUMPHREY who quietly embezzled millions of dollars from her small Midwestern town to fund her two passions in life: horse racing and getting back at every bully who ever wronged her. Think TO DIE FOR meets ELECTION.
In the vein of CAPE FEAR, the story follows a family that’s recently moved across the country to escape a stalker who nearly abducted their daughter months earlier. As they settle into their new home they begin to suspect the stalker may have found them and that the citizens of the new town may be complicit in then terrifying events that unfold.
Warner Bros. and DC are looking to rise from the ashes of 2011’s critically panned Green Lantern starring Ryan Reynolds. The studio has taken a huge step forward on revamping the project by tapping David Goyer and Justin Rhodes to write the script for the new version of the franchise, Green Lantern Corps.