“The Lego Movie” Producer Dan Lin Takes on Lionsgate Film “For All Time” (EXCLUSIVE)


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〉The project is being described as an event-style science-fiction film.

Big-time has found his next project: Lionsgate’s time-traveling adventure , with a by relative newcomer David Crabtree. Lionsgate acquired the rights to Crabtree’s original spec at the end of 2013.

The movie is set in the future where time-travel has been invented in order to fix past mistakes. These missions, in order to course-correct history, are executed by “temponauts” aka time-travel secret . When one of these temponauts goes rogue on a standard mission in order to save the woman he loves, a fellow temponaut, an intense battle erupts over the fate of the future.

Time-travel is a staple of the science-fiction and fantasy genres and has been depicted in a variety of ways in films such as 12 Monkeys, Looper, Back to the Future, About Time, Groundhog Day, and the Harry Potter franchise. This film’s premise of time-travel brings a unique twist to the tried concept.

The film has been set at Lionsgate for some time now, but Lin only recently signed on with this banner Lin Pictures. He will be joined by Ryan Halprin, Jonathan Eirich, James Myers, Matt Janzen, and Erik Feig, who will be producing as well as overseeing the project for Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment.

Since 2004, Lin has served as an executive and for numerous , including the Oscar-winning films The Aviator and The Departed, as well as Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes films and the current LEGO Movie franchise from Warner Bros. Pictures. In the television world, he is serving as executive for the movie-to- adaptations of Lethal Weapon for FOX and Frequency for The CW.

He is repped by and .


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