Blake Lively and Jason Clarke star in the moody character-based film that shows off another side of the “World War Z” filmmaker.
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Marc Forster will direct the live-action fantasy film, which follows the human character from A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories.
Disney’s new Winnie the Pooh film Christopher Robin has found its director in Marc Forster. Alex Ross Perry is penning the script, with Brigham Taylor producing, having last produced one of Disney’s latest big hits, The Jungle Book.
Centers on a series of Civil War battles between Union General Custer and Confederate Colonel Mosby, known as the Gray Ghost. Mosby’s Rangers outsmarted the much larger enemy forces at every turn, using a sequence of raids, which infuriated Custer and birthed a cycle of revenge between the two enemies.
The series was previously titled “Patient Zero”. It looks at how society acts in the wake of a global life threatening epidemic.
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“World War Z” director on board for action-thriller.
Story centers around United Nations employee Gerry Lane, who traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself.
Forster goes for a ride with Reeves and Blunt!
Logline: A psychotherapist recruits Multiple Personality Disorder patients in order to create a unit of counter-intelligence agents called the Triplets. But what happens when one of them becomes an out of control assassin? That’s when the deadliest Triplet of them all, Cowboy Ninja Viking, is called in to take down his own brethren.
Logline: Novelist Peter Chancellor turns in a novel about D.C. power brokers who are blackmailed into altering U.S. policies. When some operatives get hold of the manuscript, they think he has uncovered their actual scheme and they try to hunt the author down.