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got a little more serious in April, with a slate of sci-fi, action,
thriller, and adventure dominating the mix, rather than an influx of
comedies. With the minor exceptions of Dodgeball 2 and a new, modernized take on the classic 80s film Weird Science. A prequel to Stephen King's The Shining is also in the works, The Overlook Hotel. And get battle-ready: Gears of War, based on the bestselling video game franchise, and Battle Los Angeles 2, a burgeoning franchise itself, are in development.
Other script sales include:
- Good grief, it's about time: Blue Sky will helm a CG animated Charlie Brown film.
- 20th Century Fox taking the lead on an adaptation of Guys and Dolls.
- The real question is: why wouldn't John McClane go to Tokyo in Die Hardest?
- Vertigo Entertainment and Warner Bros. to produce Dungeons and Dragons, sure to shed the "geek" stigma over the franchise.
script sales: 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009
Adapted by Michael Tolkin from his eponymous novel, the script is part suspense/satire, part troubling look into the mind of an overworked producer, as a young studio exec becomes the chief suspect in a murder investigation. The story has as much to say about the sordid dealings of the film industry as it does about a man's crime and punishment guilt. Tolkin pulls a major coup in making this callous protagonist not only sympathetic, but almost heroic. He cleverly plays into the audience's innate desire for the criminal to get away with a crime spurred primarily by an unnerving career insecurity. And the extraordinary cast, an assemblage of which may never be seen again, only adds to the unique tone and feel of the screenplay.
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