Browsing: Marty Bowen
Written by Joey Poach, Dock hails from producers David Permut, Jeff Kwatinetz and Ice Cube, who are currently searching for a director. Meanwhile, Craig A. Williams wrote The Book of Luke for Temple Hill.
Ten years after the raid that killed her mother and took away magic forever, Zélie Adebola has one chance to bring magic back. Through a fortuitous encounter with the Princess Amari, Zélie comes into possession of a sacred scroll necessary to restore a connection to the gods and secure magic for another hundred years.
A lonely girl draws a magic door on her wall and escapes into a world of wonder – and danger. Red marker in hand, she creates a boat and a flying carpet that carry her on a journey. When she is captured by a sinister emperor, only an act of tremendous courage can set her free.
Tells the story of a ragtag group of ordinary, middle-aged guys from Minnesota who spontaneously decide over a beer to mount a snowmobile expedition to the North Pole.
Temple Hill Entertainment has picked up the rights to the 2012 Best Documentary Feature winning documentary Undefeated. The company plans to adapt the inspiring true story into a narrative feature.
Fox has tapped The Transporter helmer Louis Leterrier for Horns author Joe Hill’s latest novel about a worldwide pandemic of spontaneous combustion.
The Tracking Board exclusively confirmed in August that Dareen Lemke would be scripting the adaptation of the popular YA novel Endgame: The Calling, and now sources confirm that emerging director Brad Parker is in talks to direct.
The debut novel by Becky Albertalli will be adapted by scribes Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker. Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen and Isaac Klausner of Temple Hill Entertainment produce, along with Pouya Shahbazian of New Leaf Literary & Media.
Fox nabbed the rights to the novel in a $2 million deal amidst a studio bidding war last year, anticipating that the intended trilogy would pay off as their next Maze Runner. Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey, who have found great success in the YA genre, are spearheading the project.
The studio is already at work looking to land a writer to script the family adventure film, which is being pitched as a fantasy combining elements from Night At The Museum, Peter Pan, The Neverending Story, and Jumanji.
Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey’s Temple Hill Entertainment has just signed a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV and has named Albert Page head of the division.