Development: Producers select story and/or acquire rights to underlying intellectual property (e.g. adaptation, 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.
Gemini ManTBAA futuristic thriller about an aging government assassin Alexander Kane, who is pitted against Rye, a rival half his age. Rye, it turns out, is a clone of Alex, a living reminder of his vicious heyday. Rye can anticipate and counteract Alex's every maneuver, thus making him the perfect adversary. Al
The SeasonTBAA clever tomboy and soccer star is forced into the elite Dallas debutante season by her mother. The teen's rebellious behavior and sharp tongue quickly put her on probation. While navigating the cutthroat debutante culture, Megan also juggles a tumultuous romance and a complicated relationship with
ShriverTBAA depressed often inebriated loner is mistaken for a renowned but reclusive author with whom he shares a name. He suddenly finds himself the subject of adulation and the center of attention at a writers conference celebrating the 20th anniversary of the book written by the real author. "Shriver" ste
The DivisionTBASet in a dystopian New York City in the aftermath of a smallpox pandemic. an agent of the Strategic Homeland Division, commonly referred to as simply "The Division," is tasked with helping to rebuild the Division's operations in Manhattan, investigating the nature of the outbreak and combating crimi
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