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Mike Binder has signed on to write and direct Keep Calm. The project is based on Binder’s first novel of the same name and is set up at New Line.
New Line has emerged as the winner of a fierce battle between three studios for an untitled action-comedy vehicle for Dwayne Johnson, to be written by Dave Callaham and directed by Will Gluck.
Swanberg had been slated to make his studio directorial debut on the project since February of this year, though sources now indicate that the Drinking Buddies helmer has fallen off the project.
New Line Cinema and the creator of Saw have signed on to produce Keith Donohue’s 2014 novel about an autistic boy who brings the monsters that he draws to life.
The Tracking Board exclusively reported on the hot novel last month, when several studios were making offers. We now can confirm that New Line won out, with Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea coming on to produce under their Pacific Standard banner.
After over a year in recovery and a spectacular reception at the Emmys last night, Morgan has made significant progress and is ready to start taking on gigs again.
The critically acclaimed Vertigo comic, created by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, is the first adaptation to move forward at New Line after Warner Bros. transferred their DC Comics offshoot’s titles to the sibling studio.
Logline: Follows Sara and Ben, two thirty-something lawyers whose close friendship becomes strained after they hook up after hours in the office. Now the two must navigate their newfound feelings as they attempt to keep their relationship a secret for fear of getting canned.
Kept under wraps, but based on the work of real life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren as they investigate the various claims of sinister poltergeist activity that occurred at a council house in Enfield, England during the late 1970s.