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Reeling from the sudden death of her mother, a young woman inherits her letters that reveal a fateful, secret love affair. When a journalist turns up on her doorstep to corroborate this affair with a photograph, together they connect the dots of this beautiful tale of lost love.
Universal has acquired the rights to a number of classic songs from Prince’s catalog and is developing an original film musical inspired by his music, using the songs to drive a fictional narrative. The film is not a biopic but an original story with Prince’s classic songs driving the plotline.
Universal wants to bring out the luster on the 1976 Richard Pryor classic Car Wash. de Passe Jones Entertainment is on board to produce the remake of the iconic comedy.
The producer behind Goosebumps and The Golden Compass is developing the best-selling YA series as part of Silvertongue’s first look deal with Universal.
The cross-cultural comedy vehicle for Zhang is set at Universal Pictures with Jason Winer directing. Best known to U.S. audiences for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and House of Flying Daggers, Zhang Ziyi is a bona-fide megastar in China.
Maze Runner scribe Grant Pierce Myers has been hired to adapt Collen Oakes YA novel Queen Of Hearts, which was the winner of the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Young Adult Fiction.
Banks is now producing the coming-of-age feature loosely based on Todd Harris Goldman’s picture book.
Logline: Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire, the story follows a young girl who lives a hard life in the impoverished Russian countryside, but when a train arrives, carrying untold wealth and a noble family which includes a girl of her own age, the two girls’ lives collide, setting a grand adventure in motion.
Logline: Set in a world where dragons, who have the ability to disguise themselves as humans, are locked into an eternal battle with an order of warriors, The Order of St. George, who are sworn to eradicate them. However, when a young female dragon and a promising young slayer unknowingly become involved, it has severe repercussions for both organizations.
Logline: Kept under wraps but pitched as being in the vein of “Ghost”.