Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are getting comfortable at Fox. The co-creators of the network’s sci-fi drama Fringe, have set up another high-profile drama project at the network, this time with writer David Guggenheim. Exit Strategy has received a put pilot commitment from Fox. Created by Guggenheim, it is described as a high octane procedural set in the world of CIA agents who are sent in to “fix” operations gone bad. Guggenheim will co-executive produce, with Kurtzman, Orci and Heather Kadin executive producing. Kurtzman and Orci’s K.O. Paper Products is producing with 20th Century Fox TV. Kurtzman and Orci also recently received a series commitment from Fox for an adaptation of the graphic novel Locke & Key. The duo, who straddle both film and TV, co-created the new CBS series Hawaii Five-0. Guggenheim is an up-and-coming feature writer who penned the Denzel Washington/Ryan Reynolds starrer Safe House for Universal that is about to start shooting. He is with Madhouse Entertainment.
Fox Picks Up Drama Project 'Exit Strategy' Produced By Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci
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