Development: Producers select story and/or acquire rights to underlying intellectual property (e.g. novel, based on play, remake, video game, etc.) and work with screenwriter(s) to craft a story outline into a workable script. in an effort to garner a “greenlight” for the film from the financing studio and/or production company. An agreement for a major star or director to join the film can boost a project's prospects of securing financing, but those arrangements can reverse if scheduling and other details do not work. Films in this stage can languish for months, years, or fall apart completely.
Bad MonkeysTBAJane Charlotte is arrested for murder. She says she's a member of a secret organization devoted to fighting evil and that she's working with the Department for the Final Disposition of Irredeemable Persons — aka "Bad Monkeys." This confession lands her in the jail’s psychiatric wing, where she i
UndefeatedTBAThe Manassas Tigers football team from inner-city Memphis has been a perennial loser for so long that the school sells slots in its schedule to more affluent schools looking for an easy win. But the Tigers learn to "roar" with the help of a dogged head coach. They win games and the coach helps the p
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