Browsing: Neal Moritz
The premise for the sci-fi thriller involves scientists exploring the afterlife. Chase will be writing and directing a feature version of his horror short Larry for Amblin Partners.
The producer of the Fast and Furious and Jump Street franchises will have a second-look deal with Paramount, effective immediately.
Sony is planning to bring the popular books series back to the bring screen as they announce Goosebumps 2 is in development. They are currently closing deals for director Rob Letterman and scribe Darren Lemke to reteam on the project.
Strouse has been tapped to add some magic into Disney’s forthcoming father-son comedy Overnight. The Finding Dory writer was brought on shortly after the project was selected to receive $9.5 million in tax incentives from the California Film Commission in 2015.
Apart from NBC’s discernible desire for a primetime soap, it’s difficult to figure out what the network is looking for. Is there a method to The Peacock’s madness? Let’s find out in our complete preview of the 2016 NBC Drama pilots.
With Charlize Theron on board for Fast 8, the title might as well be Fast and the Furiosa. The Mad Max: Fury Road star has officially signed on to join Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, and Jason Statham in the next installment of the wildly successful Universal franchise.
NBC’s Cruel Intentions has finally closed a deal for Sarah Michelle Gellar to reprise her role from the original role as the even Kathryn Merteuil. Kathryn was the step sister of Ryan Phillipe’s Sebastian Valmont.
UTA and Energy are firing up the market with another buzzy eBook title, and the offers are already rolling in from major players seeking a piece of this hot property…
Lionsgate announced on Friday that it will develop a new action-adventure film based on the classic TV series, MacGyver. The project is being developed along with a television reboot at CBS.
Neal Moritz wins the rights to the popular video game, Crossfire, from South Korea’s Smilegate Group for potential franchise.
While details on the plot are still being kept under wraps, sources say that the movie will offer clues to the origins of the world’s greatest secret agent–an agent so secret that his codename has a codename–and who just so happens to be a mouse living underneath MI6 headquarters.
Straight Outta Compton‘s F. Gary Gray is at the head of the short list to direct the eighth installment of the hugely successful Fast & Furious franchise for Universal.
Readers beware, you’re in for a scare! Or maybe a treat, because sources close to The Tracking Board confirm that Sony Pictures has already set its sights on a Goosebumps sequel.
The hot comedy spec is now in everywhere!
The in-demand project is feeding the buzz machine.
Moritz extends his production/first-look deal!