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‘The Black Room’ Picked Up By MajorJazz, Based On Co-Writer’s Experience In Psychic Research Institute

EXCLUSIVE: MajorJazz, a development and finance company with ties to Wall Street and Silicon Valley has acquired The Black Room, a paranormal horror spec about marriage, deceit, and the constant intrusion of the past into the present written by Grady Hendrix and Nicholas Rucka. The inspiration for the script came from Hendrix's experience in New York City taking incident reports at parapsychology research organization in New York City. Rucka is an editor currently working… Read

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Justin Bieber Cast As Voice Talent In Animated Film About Cupid From Mythos Studios

Justin Bieber and Mythos Studios are developing an animated film based on Cupid with the superstar as the voice of the god of love and attraction. Bieber will also serve as the film’s executive producer. In mythology, Cupid is the winged god of Love who is the son of Venus (the Goddess of Love and Beauty) and the War god Mars. Cupid is known for his playful and mischievous personality who carries a magical bow and arrow. His arrows strike unknowing mortals, creating an… Read

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Leslie Odom Jr., Freida Pinto, Cynthia Erivo, Orlando Bloom & BRON Studios Join John Ridley’s ‘Needle In A Timestack’

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EXCLUSIVE: Leslie Odom Jr., Freida Pinto, Cynthia Erivo, and Orlando Bloom have signed on to star in Needle In A Timestack, the latest film from John Ridley.  In addition, BRON Studios has boarded the project as a producer taking over after Miramax was originally attached. Oscar-winning Ridley is directing the pic, which he adapted from a short story by Robert Silverberg. It follows a couple who work to hold their marriage together in a world where time travel is… Read

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Bryan Cranston On Making Family Comedy ‘The Dangerous Book For Boys’: “I Wanted To Bring Some Hope To The World”

Conn and Hal Iggulden's bestselling guide to boyhood seems like an odd candidate for a television adaptation. It is, after all, a non-fiction how-to with no narrative to speak of. And yet, for Bryan Cranston and his Moon Shot Entertainment production company, the philosophy at the heart of the book—that kids should look up from the cell phones and experience the world first-hand—was undeniable. The touching family comedy from Amazon Studios follows Wyatt (Gabriel Bateman)… Read