Tag Archives: Paradigm
As high school senior, Dill, feels the coils of his future tightening around him, his only escapes from the vipers he’s wrestled with his entire life are his music and his feelings for Lydia.
An uptight, high-achieving, black post-grad becomes irreverent and destructive when she realizes that the life she’s living is not the life she wants.
A new bride becomes involved in a horrific game of hide-and-seek with her in-laws.
1870’s West Texas is plagued by a deadly virus infecting thousands with a rabies-like disease that turns people into murderous “Shakes.” When Daisy’s father disappears, it’s up to her, with the help of two Shake-hunters who specialize in killing the infected, to find him.
Rain Man writer Ron Bass will adapt the novel with McMillan, the two of them having collaborated on How Stella Got Her Groove Back and Waiting to Exhale.
Fort Knox was never built to keep people from getting in. It was built to keep something from getting out.
The script follows a group of thieves who target Fort Knox, though they soon learn that it was never built to keep people from getting in… it was built to keep something from getting out.
In the midst of a hotly contested election, a newly created clone begins to suspect that his Original intends to assassinate the President of the United States.
Based on the novel SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON, a family gets stuck on an island and has to work together through obstacles to get off.
When a new crime ring wreaks havoc through Los Angeles, the pressure’s on for the FBI to launch a program of neurologically enhanced agents. But they get more than they bargained for when the unlikely candidate that rises to the top is a foul-mouthed stripper named MOXIE, who – like it or not – just became our world’s first real-life superhero.
amed actress and inventor, Hedy Lamarr, escapes her overbearing Austrian husband and travels to the US where she storms Hollywood, all while struggling to convince the U.S. Military that her Secret Communications invention will help them win World War II.
A snowstorm creates the perfect opportunity for a woman and her family to investigate an old college rival – whose outlandish holiday newsletters seem completely fabricated.
THE SHALLOWS with a Grizzley Bear, about an Ultra Marathoner training in the mountains above Pasadena and having to survive.
Now into producers, this hot new spec from the writer of Rose Red promises two powerful female leads and a dark twist on the worlds we thought we knew.
Based on the Conde Nast article about a Russian diplomat living in Athens in the mid-80s who is discovered by the KGB to have links to the CIA. When he is suddenly recalled to Moscow, he knows he will be killed and he must save himself and his family in the 48 hours before his flight leaves.
The incredible true story of Dr. Mary Walker, the great Civil Rights activist who was a Union Army surgeon, a spy for General Sherman, a POW, and the only woman to have ever been awarded the Medal of Honor.
A boy comes to terms with the girl he likes spurning him and the crazy antics he and his friends get into leading up to his Bar Mitzvah.
The storyline is under wraps but is being described as a hybrid Christmas family comedy.
While house-hunting, Amy is stunned to discover a house identical to her childhood dollhouse, down to the wallpaper and chipped grandfathers clock inside — but when she moves in, the house exerts a hold on Amy’s young daughter that leads the family down a path of ghosts, murder, and madness.
The story will follow Winfrey as a young reporter in 1970s Baltimore who’s struggling through personal and professional failures that will threaten to derail her career.
Based on Julia Heaberlin’s Ballantine novel, Lurie adapted the psychological thriller with author and wife Kyra Davis with plans to co-produce via his Battleplan Productions.