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.
The OutpostTBASet at Combat Outpost Keating in 2009, soldiers are ordered to establish a military based in an isolated Afghan province butting up against Pakistan, when the D.C. policy is to protect locals and win hearts and minds by supporting economic development. The base is surrounded by mountains, leaving th
PrincelessTBAInstead of waiting for a prince to save her, Princess Adrienne Ashe, a young black princess, takes matters into her own hands. She breaks out of her tower, befriends the dragon guarding her, and sets off on a quest to rescue her six older sisters who are also locked in towers and guarded by assassin
RobotechTBATakes place at a time when Earth has developed giant robots from the technology on an alien spacecraft that crashed on a South Pacific isle. Mankind is forced to use the technology to fend off three successive waves of alien invasions. The first invasion centers on a battle with a race of giant warr
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