The story follows three refugees from East Prussia as they struggle to survive during the end of WWII. They believe the ship Wilhelm Gustloff can take them to safety, but just as freedom seems within their grasp, tragedy strikes and the ship sinks, resulting in one of the worst maritime disasters ever.
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The Fault in Our Stars writer Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber have sold a pitch to Fox 2000 for The Beauty Inside with Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke attached to star. Fox scooped the project in a $2 million deal, over five other bidders including Universal, Sony, STX, Lionsgate, and New Line.
The Me and Orson Welles scribes are once again teaming up with director Richard Linklater to adapt Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go Bernadette. Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter wrote a previous draft of the script.
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds has taken an interest in The Rosie Project as he is currently circling. If Reynolds joins, he would be the first major attachment since Jennifer Lawrence and director Richard Linklater dropped out.
New Line is in talks with Good Universe to pick up James Franco’s look into the demented world of Tommy Wiseau, The Disaster Artist, based on the book by one of the The Room‘s stars, Greg Sestero, and Tom Bissell.
The epic midnight movie The Room is getting the Hollywood treatment, as James Franco’s adaptation about the making of the phenomenon, The Disaster Artist, is set to shoot this December with Seth Rogen circling an undisclosed role.
Following Jennifer Lawrence’s announcement that she will be leaving The Rosie Project, director Richard Linklater is following suit–citing Lawrence as the reason he wished to work on the project in the first place.
The Oscar-winning actress drops out of Rosie, signs onto Darren Aronfsky film, and openly declares her support for equal pay for actresses in Lena Dunham’s newsletter, “Lenny Letters.”
Kent Haruf’s novel is in serious talks at TIFF for an adaptation with Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
Universal taps the duo for rewrites of Lauryn Kahn’s Black List- and Hit List-placing script.
The writing partners behind “The Fault in Our Stars” are adapting Graeme Simsion’s book, while the directing duo from “22 Jump Street” are in talks to helm.
Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber are penning the script for James Franco’s upcoming drama.
Logline: A 16-year-old girl battling cancer joins a support group where she meets a handsome 17-year-old. The two become romantically involved, helping one other grapple with their respective illnesses.
A 16-year-old girl battling cancer joins a support group where she meets a handsome 17-year-old. The two become romantically involved, helping one other grapple with their respective illnesses.
“500 Days of Summer” scribes take on another adaption.
Red-hot scribes take on their next project!