A 12-year old girl of Indian descent lies to her classmates at a private day school in Atlanta about owning a cursed lamp that can end the world, and when challenged to light it, she awakens a being called the Sleeper, the Lord of Destruction.
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Penn has written a number of comic book adaptations from X2 and X-Men: The Last Stand to The Incredible Hulk and The Avengers for Marvel Studios.
Previously played by Dean Martin and Anthony Franciosa but absent from the screen for almost forty years, Donald Hamilton’s spy was featured in 27 novels, four movies and a short-lived 1975 television show.
After getting hypnotized, a 16-year-old begins to see changes in the world around him.
When a bomb squad veteran finds herself trapped in a room rigged with ticking explosives while simultaneously stuck in the body of the cop that called in the threat she has to defuse the bomb, escape the room and make it back to headquarters to return to her own body before it is too late.
Goldsman will lead the writers room and produce the seven-movie series via his Weed Road banner with the likes of Michael Chabon, NIcole Perlman, Jeff Pinkner and Christina Hodson participating.
Johnny Knoxville’s Action Point has been moved back a couple months, while the third SpongeBob Movie is pushed back a year. Those of you that have been clamoring for another Dungeon and Dragons movie should be happy.
The real-life couple tries to keep quiet in the thriller co-written and directed by Krasinski, which is due in April 2018.
The duo were also tapped to direct a sequel to “It” director Andy Muschietti’s horror film “Mama.”
“Se7en” writer Andrew Kevin Walker takes the latest stab at adapting Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima’s classic Japanese Manga.
The “Citadel” and “Sinister 2” director will helm David Chirchirillo’s 2015 Black List script about a haunted medical clinic.
The rights to the Bram Stoker estate-approved prequel novel were just sold to Putnam in the US, Transworld in the UK and Michael Lafon in France. Muschietti is in talks to direct with his sister Barbara Muschietti and Roy Lee producing.
Schilowitz is the chief creative officer at Barco Escape who was also a founding member and an integral part of the product development team at RED Digital Cinema.
In her new role, Soria will be responsible for all operations of the animation group from creative development to release. She’ll also work closely with the Viacom teams to develop animated features.
Raposo is well-liked throughout the industry and has developed a great reputation at Paramount, for whom she has overseen production on the Mission: Impossible and Star Trek franchises.
In the vein of The Heat, two overzealous female FBI agents go undercover — as men — in order to bring down a male-dominated domestic militia group, and in the process discover more about their true selves than they ever imagined.
The story follows a paranormal investigator who finds himself drawn to a small town that has experienced bizarre phenomena. He soon discovers that these instances have an eerie connection with his own past.