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American Mcghee's Alice 
Genre: Action / Fantasy 
Writer: Wes Craven 
Buyer: Dimension Films 
Producer: Wes Craven 
Logline: A warped view of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" that pits a gothic, grownup Alice against the Mad Hatter, a gaunt Cheshire Cat, a bloodthirsty Red Queen and other ominous characters. 
Side Note: Based on the video game put out by Electronic Arts in 2000. 

Genre: Action / Drama 
Writer: Erik Jendresen 
Author: Sebastian Junger 
Buyer: DreamWorks SKG 
Producer: Scott Steindorff
Logline: This is a fictionalized portrayal of a massive wilderness fire in a small Northeastern town and the fire-fighters who battle it. 
Side Note: This is a book based on articles written by Sebastian Junger ("The Perfect Storm") about firefighting that Junger wrote for "Men's Journal" in the early 1990's. No screenwriter is attached as of yet. 
Side Note: UPDATE: Erik Jendresen has been tapped to adapt the book to the big screen. Dreamworks originally purchased the material for seven figures. Before Dreamworks came aboard, the project was originally set up at Pandemonium.

American Girl in London 
Genre: Romantic-Comedy 
Writer: Matt Brown 
Buyer: Paramount 
Logline: A sweet Southern girl takes a trip to London and has a wild and crazy weekend with a gentleman, only to discover he is engaged to another woman. 
Side Note: Spec in which Kate Hudson will star and produce along with her Cosmic Entertainment, company she runs with partners Oliver Hudson, Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. Laura Bickford will also produce along with Cosmic's Jay Cohen and Emily Cummins. No director is attached as yet. 

Genre: Comedy 
Buyer: MTV Films/Paramount 
Logline: Will follow along the lines of the MTV reality series, centering on daredevil stunts. 
Side Note: From the hit MTV show "Jackass." Johnny Knoxville will star. Co-creator Jeff Tremaine will direct. Spike Jonze, Knoxville and Tremaine will Executive Produce along with Lynch/Siderow Productions. 

The Garbo Deception 
Genre: Drama
Writer: Bill Wheeler 
Buyer: Artisan Pictures 
Logline: Pic based on the true story of WWII double agent Juan Pujol. 
Side Note: Charles Weinstock will produce. 

King of the Elves 
Genre: Sci-Fi/ Fantasy
Writer: Wally Wolodarsky
Buyer: Walt Disney Co. & Jim Henson Pictures 
Price: $1 million 
Logline: A small boy is made king of the elves, by elves who hope that he will be able to lead them to victory against the Troll King and his troops. 
Side Note: Based on the Philip K. Dick short story. 

Manila Bay 
Genre: War Drama 
Writer: Michael Stokes 
Buyer: Touchstone Pictures 
Price: Low against mid-six figures 
Logline: In the South Pacific during World War II, a group of US Navy officers are forced by the Japanese army to hunt for treasure. 
Side Note: Pitch that was developed by Stokes, Mike Macarri and Neal Edelstein. Based on a true story. 

Genre: Adventure-Thriller 
Writer: Jeannine Dominy
Buyer: Universal Pictures/Dino De Laurentiis Company
Logline: In occupied France on the eve of D-Day during WWII, the Allied forces assemble a team of all female British agents to infiltrate and destroy a French chateau. 
Side Note: Adapted from Ken Follett's latest novel. Dino and Martha De Laurentiis to produce. Based on true events. 

The Fast and the Furious Sequel 2 
Genre: Action 
Writer: Michael Brandt, Derek Haas
Buyer: Universal 
Logline: Sequel to the film about the world of competitive street racing. 
Side Note: Neal Moritz will produce. Gary Scott Thompson, one of the writers on the original film, is writing a sequel as well, and the studio does not know which one will be used. 

Genre: Comedy
Writer: Steve Martin 
Buyer: Lakeshore Entertainment
Logline: A Nieman Marcus shopgirl is unfulfilled in her life, until she meets an older, divorced rich man named Ray Porter. 
Side Note: Steve Martin adapted from his own bestselling novella, in which he will also star and Executive Produce. No director is attached as yet. Lakeshore's Tom Roseberg and Gary Lucchesi will produce. 

Molly Moon's Big Book 
Genre: Adventure 
Writer: Georgia Byng (author)
Buyer: Fox 2000 
Logline: An extraordinarily gifted British orphan girl gets her hands on a book that teaches how to magically hypnotize anyone. She uses her new powers to escape her orphanage and heads to New York City, where she searches to find another orphan friend who was adopted. 
Side Note: David Heyman is producing this novel by Byng. 


The Monkey's Paw 
Genre: Horror
Buyer: RKO/Dreamworks
Logline: A magical monkey's paw grants wishes that have unexpected consequences. 
Side Note: Remake of the 1933 film, to be produced by RKO chairman and CEO Ted Hartley. No writer or director attached as yet. 

Untitled Hughes Biopic   (updated) Hughes: The Private Diaries, Letters and Memos 
Genre: Drama/Biography
Writer: Christopher Nolan
Buyer: Castle Rock
Purchase Price: ?/ seven figures
Producer: Jim Carrey, Scott Steindorff, Christopher Nolan
Logline: Biography of Howard Hughes, as told through diaries and letters provided by a Hughes confidante. 
Side Note: Jim Carrey will play Hughes. Christopher Nolan will direct ("Momento") and write the screenplay. Book was chased after by many studios and producers since the basis of the book was inspired by actual letters written by Hughes and supplied by Robert Mahue, a close Hughes associate. He will be a consultant for the film. Scott Steindorff and his Stone Village Prods. optioned the rights before being approached by Jim Carrey and Castle Rock.

Genre: Action/Sci-Fi
Buyer: Universal/Dimension
Logline: Story of Steve Austin, the half-man, half-cyborg who was used for dangerous missions for the Office of Scientific Information. 
Side Note: To be adapted from Martin Caidin's 1972 novel which was the basis of the 1974-78 TV series "The Six Million Dollar Man." Larry Gordon will produce the film with Scott Faye and Paul Rosenberg's Collision Entertainment. Scott Cherrin will co-produce. 

Nine Lives 
Genre: Action/Thriller
Writer: Tom Vaughn, Mark James
Buyer: Millennium Films
Price: Low to mid-six figures
Logline: Centers on a government agent who has been injected with a hallucinogenic truth serum. As he is on the run looking for an antidote, he must face his enemies who he is now extremely vulnerable to. 
Side Note: Spec with a budget of $20 million-plus. Millennium's Avi Lerner and Brad Jenkel will produce along with Tom Jacobson and Jim Wedaa. 

Genre: Action
Writer: Tedi Sarafian
Buyer: Columbia Films
Logline: Tale of the swashbuckling, but good-hearted thief. 
Side Note: John Singelton will direct with Neal Moritz producing along with David Helpern. 

The Mighty Atom 
Genre: Drama
Writer: Howard A. Rodman
Buyer: Universal/Magnet Entertainment
Logline: True story of the circus strongman Joseph Greenstein. Set in turn-of-the-century Poland, an asthmatic child, Greenstein, went to the circus at 14 and changed his life. He joined up and became a popular sideshow and, upon arrival in America in 1911, became an unlikely battler against racism and intolerance. 
Side Note: Ed Saxon and Peter Saraf will produce. Adapted from Ed Spielman book's "The Spiritual Journey of Joseph L. Greenstein." 

Truth, Justice and the American Way 
Genre: Drama
Writer: Paul Bernbaum
Buyer: USA Films 
Logline: Story of George Reeves, the man who played TV's Superman. 
Side Note: Michael and Mark Polish will direct and produce. Bernbaum will Executive Produce. 

Genre: Suspense 
Writer: Doug Jung
Buyer: Universal
Logline: Story of the number two mob guy in Boston who, right before he is to turn government witness on the largest fraud case in history, is abducted by a rival crime family. Story will be told from three different points of view, similar to "Go." 
Side Note: To be adapted from the soon-to-be published graphic novel by Chris Sarracini. Laura Bickford will produce with Sonja Grunden co-proding. David Alpert will Executive Produce. 

The Creature From The Black Lagoon 
Genre: Sci-fi 
Buyer: Universal/ Larger Than Life Prods. 
Producer: Gary Ross, Arthur Ross
Logline: Group of scientists meet up with an ugly looking swamp-like creature while searching for fossils along the Amazon. 
Side Note: Announcement that Universal and Gary Ross' Larger Than Life Prods. will remake this classic 19543 feature. No writer or director for the remake is attached. 

Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Jessica O'Toole, Amy Rardon
Buyer: Atlantic Streamline 
Producer: Marco Weber, Sukee Chew, Vanessa Coifman
Logline: A spoiled socialite and a sexy, sweet trailer-park babe end up as roommates in a seedy apartment after the socialite is financially cut off from her dad. 

Pain and Gain 
Genre: True Story 
Writer: Christopher Marcus, Stephen McFeely
Author: Pete Collins
Buyer: Paramount/ Michael Bay Films 
Producer: Michael Bay, Donald DeLine
Logline: Story about the Sun Gym Gang, a muscle pumping gang in Miami that not only resorted to using steroids but also to crime as a shortcut to the high life of fast cars, flashy clothes and strippers. The gang eventually was caught for murder. 
Side Note: Michael Bay ("Pearl Harbor") has come aboard to direct and produce. Based on articles that appeared in the Miami New Times about the Sun Gym Gang. 

Genre: Romantic comedy 
Writer: Tom Ropelewski
Buyer: MGM 
Purchase Price: Mid-six figures / high-six 
Producer: Kristine Belson, Lisa Henson
Logline: Adventures of a 5-inch-tall man who rises to prominence at a San Francisco architecture firm. 

Truman Capote: In Which Various Friends Enemies Acquaintances and Detractors Recall his Turbulent Career 
Genre: Biography 
Writer: Douglas McGrath
Author: George Plimpton
Buyer: Killer Films 
Producer: Christine Vachon
Logline: Story will focus on Capote during the making of his classic "In Cold Blood." Capote formed a bond with the two convicted murderers and also earned trust from the Kansas community where the murders took place. 
Side Note: Assignment based on the book by George Plimpton. Screenwriter McGrath will also direct. Killer Films gets partial funding from John Wells Prods. 

The Brave One
Genre: Action / Drama 
Writer: Bruce Taylor, Rod Taylor
Buyer: Warner Bros./ Silver Pics. 
Producer: Joel Silver
Logline: A female driven "Death Wish." 
Side Note: Father and son writing team. 

Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Steve Esteb
Buyer: RKO Pics. 
Producer: Aaron Ray
Logline: Story is about a nebbish writer-director hired by a hard-core gangster rap label to immortalize their hottest talent as his feature debut. 

Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey 
Genre: Musical 
Buyer: Walden Media Honda 
Producer: James Stern, Leve Newman, Don Kempf, Steve Kempf
Logline: Filmed version of the hit show. It will be a wordless film designed to introduce audiences to rhythmic performers from around the world, including South Africa's gumboot dancers and southern India's Kathakali dancers. 
Side Note: It will be directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, who created the show. No screenwriter attached as yet. 

Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Mike Judge, Etan Cohen
Buyer: Twentieth Century Fox 
Logline: Takes place in the future when the world is a very "dumb" place. 
Side Note: Live action comedy to be directed by Mike Judge. Etan Cohen has written for "Beavis and Butt-head," and the " King Of The Hill" MTV series. 

Genre: Animation 
Writer: Todd Alcott, Ken Kaufman
Buyer: Sony 
Producer: Don Murphy, Lisa Henson, Kristine Belson
Logline: Research scientist makes a robot boy modeled after his dead son. The robot soon becomes a publicly renowned superhero -- complete with devices like laser-firing fingers, uncanny hearing and jet-powered boots which he uses to stop an alien invasion. 
Side Note: This will be a CGI animated movie to be directed by Eric Leighton who co-directed "Dinosaur." 

Dot.bomb: My Days and Nights at an Internet Goliath 
Genre: Drama / Comedy 
Author: J. David Kuo
Buyer: Anonymous Content 
Producer: Steve Golin, David Carmen
Logline: Inside account of the rise and fall of Value America, a dot com company. 
Side Note: Published in October by Little Brown. A Washington lobbyist, David Carmen, found project and brought it to Steve Golin's attention. 

Genre: Psychological thriller 
Writer: Alanna Hamill- Newton, Robert Pucci
Buyer: Sony/ Konrad Pics. 
Purchase Price: $425 / $800k 
Producer: Cathy Konrad
Logline: Woman suddenly discovers that her husband isn't who he appears to be. 
Side Note: Walt Disney Co. and Artisan also made offers. 

Life As We Know It 
Genre: Romantic comedy / drama 
Writer: Ian Rusk Deitchman, Kristin Robinson
Buyer: Revolution Studios 
Purchase Price: Mid-six figures / low-seven 
Logline: After their mutual best friends die an an accident, two single people are named as the caregivers for their orphaned friends' daughter. 
Side Note: Heavy bidding war. 

Old Goriot 
Genre: Drama 
Writer: Mimi Rogers, Chris Ciaffa, Angela Shelton
Buyer: Artists Prod. Group/ StudioCanal 
Logline: Story is about a young man by the name of Rastignac, who is seduced by Paris' high society upon moving to the city. At a boarding house, he meets an older man, Old Goriot, who has given up all of his possessions so that his children might live a fabulous life full of parties, money, drugs and sex. When Goriot passes away and there are no mourners at his funeral, Rastignac wakes up to a sobering reality and heads down a path of redemption. 
Side Note: Pitch was based on the classic French novel written by Honore de Balzac. Millbrook Farms Prods, owned by Mimi Rogers, has been developing this project for five years. 

A Prince And A Girl Like Me 
Genre: Romantic comedy 
Writer: Duane Adler
Buyer: Dimension Films 
Producer: Peter Abrams, Jennifer Gibgot
Logline: Love story between a Baltimore girl and a prince who visits her city. 
Side Note: Screenwriter wrote "Save The Last Dance." Tapestry Films will produce for Dimension. 

The Reincarnation Of Peter Proud 
Genre: Supernatural 
Buyer: Paramount/ Scott Rudin Prods. 
Purchase Price: $700k / $2.2 mil 
Producer: Scott Rudin
Logline: A college professor has nightmares which lead him to believe the spirit of a murdered man is now possessing him. 
Side Note: Remake of the 1975 film released by American Independent Pictures which was based on the novel by Max Ehrlich. 

Smack In The Puss 
Genre: Black Comedy 
Writer: Jesse Wigutow
Buyer: Furthur Films 
Producer: Michael Douglas
Logline: Three generations of a dysfunctional family and their attempt to reconcile. 
Side Note: To star Michael Douglas along with his dad Kirk and his son, Cameron. Fred Schepisi is negotiating to direct. 
UPDATE: MGM and Greenstreet are negotiating to co-produce. Originally optioned by Michael Douglas on 11/13/2001. 

The Parker Grey Show 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Kirsten Buckley, Brian Regan
Author: Kirsten Buckley
Buyer: New Line/ Good Machine 
Purchase Price: Mid-six figures / low-seven 
Logline: NY story of a talented young woman limited by living in her fantasies to avoid facing herself. She is roused from this state when her roommate is kidnapped, whereupon she is forced to become a hero. 

Zero To Sixty 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Chaz Palminteri, Tony Spiridakis
Buyer: New Line/ Rat Entertainment
Producer: Jay Stern
Logline: A down-on-his-luck writer and an actor are forced to live with a hotheaded white collar criminal (nicknamed "Zero To Sixty") in order to write his life story and get the record straight before he goes to prison. 
Side Note: Brett Ratner might direct. Based on a person that Chaz Palminteri once knew. 

The Chronicles Of Narnia 
Genre: Children 
Author: C.S. Lewis
Buyer: Walden Media /C.S. Lewis Co. 
Producer: Cary Granat
Logline: Four kids step through a magic wardrobe into Narnia, a once-peaceful land of talking beasts, dwarfs, giants and fauns that is now frozen into winter by the evil White Witch. 
Side Note: This is a seven part book series published by Harper Collins. The rights have previously been held by Paramount for Kennedy/Marshall to produce. The first book to be developed, which is the second in the series will be "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe." No screenwriter is attached. 

Former Child Star 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: David Spade, Fred Wolf
Buyer: Paramount/ Happy Madison 
Purchase Price: High-six figures / low-seven 
Producer: Adam Sandler, Jack Giarraputo
Logline: Down on his luck, eccentric ex-child star hires a foster family to recreate the family he never had. 
Side Note: Pitch was made by Fred Wolf who is in talks to direct his first feature. He will script along with actor David Spade who is in talks to star. Adam Sandler's company, Happy Madison will produce. 

Four Deep 
Genre: Action 
Writer: Craig Hernandez
Buyer: Twentieth Century Fox / 2000 State Street Pics. 
Purchase Price: Six-figures 
Producer: Robert Teitel, George Tillman Jr.
Logline: Story focuses on a team of four female secret government agents, each with their own deadly talents. Their mission is to discover who is behind a suspicious chemical lab in Europe. 
Side Note: This will be a summer event pic for Fox. 

Jennifer Government 
Genre: Mystery 
Author: Max Barry
Buyer: Warner Bros./ Section Eight 
Purchase Price: Mid-six figures 
Logline: Set in a near future where the entire world has been privatized and every service requires a credit card. 
Side Note: This was a preemptive purchase. Doubleday will publish. Section Eight will try and attach a director before finding a writer. 

Pirates of the Caribbean 
Genre: Action / Adventure 
Writer: Jay Wolpert
Buyer: Jerry Bruckheimer Films/Walt Disney Pics. 
Producer: Jerry Bruckheimer
Logline: Story will be based on the theme park ride at Disneyland. 
Side Note: Not a spec sale but an announcement that Disney and Bruckheimer are making the movie. 

Abe Lincoln Project 
Genre: Biography 
Writer: John Logan
Buyer: DreamWorks SKG 
Logline: Bio of our 16th president, concentrating on the Civil War years. 
Side Note: Part of a two pic writing assignment that John Logan ("Gladiator") got from Dreamworks. Steven Spielberg will direct. Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin will consult. 

Meet Joe Simon, Mankind's Last Hope 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Josh Stolberg
Buyer: Comedy Central 
Producer: Orly Adelson, Scott Immergut
Logline: Male loser finds that he's a stud after it's discovered that he's the only guy on the planet that is capable of reproducing. The guy wants to save the world but the problem is that he already has a girlfriend. 
Side Note: Purchase was made by this new film division from Comedy Central which might make this flick for the internet. Screenwriter Stolberg is managed by Nine Yards. 

The Tulse Luper Suitcase 
Genre: Historical drama 
Writer: Peter Greenaway
Buyer: Studios 12A (Russian Gov't) 
Producer: Kees Kasander
Logline: Tracks the history of Uranium through the eyes of a wandering hero from 1928 through 1989 when the Berlin wall fell. 
Side Note: Partial funding was announced by the Russian government as part of its recently announced co-production film finance program. The funding will be channeled through the government's Studio 12A production company. The Russian Government has committed $1 mil of the $11 mil budget for the eight hour film trilogy. Dennis Wigman and Bob Hubar of Movie Masters and Terry Glinwood of Glinwood Films will executive produce. Peter Greenaway will direct. 

Untilted War War II Project 
Genre: Drama / Military 
Writer: John Logan
Buyer: DreamWorks SKG 
Logline: Story is about a team of Allied commandos who fought the Germans on the Greek island of Symi during World War II. While under fierce attack, the commandos hid out in a monastery of Eastern Orthodox monks. These new allies helped the soldiers overcome long odds. 
Side Note: Walter Parkes, an exec at Dreanmworks will make his feature directing debut. Part of a two pic writing assignment that John Logan ("Gladiator") got from Dreamworks.

Cop On A Mission 
Genre: Action 
Writer: Sam Hamm
Buyer: Pandemonium 
Producer: Bill Mechanic
Logline: Story is about an undercover cop who loses sight of his priorities after falling for a crime lord's wife, who betrays him. 
Side Note: This pitch was based on the Marco Mak Hong Kong action film. Pandemonium is currently negotiating to acquire remake rights to the project. 

The Cricket Of Times Square 
Genre: Children 
Author: George Seden
Buyer: Miramax 
Purchase Price: ? / seven figures 
Logline: Story is about a Connecticut cricket, Chester, who arrives in New York in a picnic basket and winds up the most famous musician in Gotham. He lives in a subway-station newsstand and his friends are Tucker Mouse and Harry Cat. 
Side Note: Series of books by George Sedenfirst published in 1960. This will not be a fully animated feature. The publishing company Farrar Straus & Giroux held the rights, not the author. 

The Once And Future King 
Genre: Fantasy 
Writer: Kenneth Lonergan
Author: T.H. White
Buyer: Warner Bros. 
Producer: Mark Gordon
Logline: Retelling of the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. 

Warriors Of God: Richard the Lionheart and Saladin in the Third Crusade 
Genre: True Story 
Author: James Reston Jr.
Buyer: Phoenix Pics. 
Producer: Mike Medavoy
Logline: History of 12th century religious wars, centering on how Saladin dispatched Maimonedes, the rabbi and physician, to aid the English king. 

You Can't Win 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Scott Yagemann
Buyer: Magellan Filmed Entertainment 
Purchase Price: Six figures 
Producer: Michael Garrity, Mike Gabrawy
Logline: Based on real people and experiences that the screenwriter Yagemann encountered while working in various capacities with his gameshow-producing father, Bill Yagemann. Story will focus on a bigger-than-life gameshow producer and host during the late '70s. 
Side Note: Will shoot in the spring with Marc Fusco directing. Yagemann also wrote "187." Feig/Roll/Morris and Paul Mayerson negotiated for the writer. 

Genre: Thriller 
Author: Gonzalo Lira
Buyer: Miramax Mirage 
Logline: A CIA agent becomes the mentor to an elite team of young operatives, then begins murdering his protégés when they learn a dark secret about him. 
Side Note: Miramax purchased the book last week. St. Martins will publish next year. Anthony Minghella and Sydney Pollack's Mirage Ent. will produce. No screenwriter is attached. 

The Patsy.. 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Bob Hilgenberg, Rob Muir
Buyer: Pandemonium 
Purchase Price: High-six figures / low-seven 
Producer: Bill Mechanic
Logline: Remake of the 1964 Jerry Lewis movie which had Jerry play a bellboy whom Hollywood execs attempted to mold into a replacement for a dead comedian. 
Side Note: First script to be written as part of a two pic deal for this writing team. 

The Queen Of The Rodeo 
Genre: Drama 
Writer: Amy Talkington
Buyer: Twentieth Century Fox/ Maverick Ent./ Cutting Edge 
Producer: Guy Oseary, Gary Ventimiglia
Logline: Four young women compete for the title of Rodeo Queen in a small Texas town. 
Additional Information: Madonna's company will produce for Fox. "Slackers" director Dewey Nicks will helm. Story is based on a Texas Monthly article. Maverick Ent. originally optioned the article last September. Maverick's Mark Morgan will exec produce along with Cutting Edge Entertainment's David Glasser and Bob Yari. 

To The Moon 
Genre: Biography 
Writer: Rob Festinger
Buyer: Mirage 
Producer: David Rubin, Nathan Lane, Stanley DeSantis
Logline: Bio of Jackie Gleason. 
Additional Information: Nathan Lane has been developing this project for years. He will play Jackie Gleason. 

When I Grow Up 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: Bob Hilgenberg, Rob Muir
Buyer: Pandemonium 
Purchase Price: High-six figures / seven 
Producer: Bill Mechanic
Logline: A guy who has failed at love, meets up with his childhood friends to discover that they all got what they wanted out of life---except him. 
Additional Information: Written by "Big Daddy" screenwriter Steve Franks. Chris Heinze, Franks' manager, will exec produce. 
Comments: UPDATE: Bob Hilgenberg and Rob Muir will rewrite the Steve Franks' script that was originally purchased on 12/08/2000 for mid-six figures / seven figures. This is part of a two pic deal the duo has with Pandemonium that is worth high-six figures / seven. 

35 To Life 
Genre: Romantic comedy 
Writer: Steven Gary Banks, Claudia Grazioso
Buyer: New Line 
Logline: On the eve of his girlfriend's parent's 35 wedding anniversary, a commitment-phobic guy is visited by the ghosts of relationships past, present and future. 

First Family 
Genre: Comedy 
Writer: David Levien, Brian Koppelman
Buyer: Warner Bros./ Bel Air Ent. 
Purchase Price: Mid-seven figures / high-seven 
Producer: Steven Reuther
Logline: On the eve of becoming "made," a young Brooklyn mobster discovers that he was adopted and that his real dad is the President of the U.S. 

Sister's Keeper 
Genre: Film Noir 
Writer: Todd Graff
Buyer: Touchstone Jersey Films 
Purchase Price: High-six figures / seven 
Logline: Story about twin sisters (which will be played by the same actress). One sister is aggressive, the other timid and reclusive. One dies and the other becomes the prime suspect in the hunt for the murderer. 
Side Note: Jersey Films will produce for Disney. 

Untitled Valentine's Day Project 
Genre: Romantic comedy 
Writer: Austin Winsberg
Buyer: New Line 
Logline: "A Christmas Carol" set against Valentine's Day. 
Side Note: Benderspink which will produce for New Line. 


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