Noah Oppenheim Movie Updates
Total Updates: 11
- changed the status of Noah Oppenheim to Former of 1984
- added Noah Oppenheim as screenwriter to credits of The Divergent Series: Ascendant
- added Noah Oppenheim as screenwriter to credits of The Divergent Series: Allegiant
- added Noah Oppenheim as screenwriter to the film's credits of Tomorrow and Tomorrow
- added Noah Oppenheim to the credits of 1984
- added Noah Oppenheim to the credits of War Games
- added Noah Oppenheim to the credits of The Secret Life of Houdini
- added Noah Oppenheim to the credits of The Maze Runner
- added Noah Oppenheim to the credits of Snabba Cash
Tue., Nov. 25, 2014
Paul Greengrass is looking to bring George Orwell's classic dystopian novel 1984 back to the big screen.
Wed., Jul. 9, 2014
Tue., Aug. 27, 2013
from The Wrap
Sony Pictures has emerged from a competitive situation with the feature film rights to Thomas Sweterlitsch's sci-fi novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow.
Fri., Jun. 15, 2012
Sat., Aug. 20, 2011
MGM has set Noah Oppenheim to script its planned remake of the 1980s Cold War classic War Games. Horrible Bosses helmer Seth Gordon is attached to direct the film, one of several remakes in the works at the troubled MGM studio (Robocop, Carrie).
Fri., Feb. 18, 2011
Summit has hired Noah Oppenheim to pen its take on the master magician in an adaptation of The Secret Life of Houdini, The Making of America's First Superhero. Summit picked up feature-film rights to the biography by William Kalush and Larry Sloman in March 2009.
Tue., Jan. 4, 2011
from Los Angeles Times
A film version is set up at Fox, and "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke signed on a month ago to direct the adaptation. Now a source close to the film says the project has hired a screenwriter, and he's an interesting choice: Noah Oppenheim.
Fri., Oct. 1, 2010
from Los Angeles Times
"Snabba Cash," the Zac Efron-starring remake of the Swedish crime drama that we told you about last March, is getting a writer with some significant buzz of his own. The scribe in question: Noah Oppenheim, who's coming on to write the script for the Warner Bros. film project.
Wed., Apr. 14, 2010
from Entertainment Weekly
The hot spec script Jackie, about the immediate days following President Kennedy’s assassination, is getting the big screen treatment with Academy-Award winning actress Rachel Weisz attached to play the late first lady. Weisz’s fiancee, director Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler), will direct and produce, along with his produci...