James Vanderbilt will return to write the sequel for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN for Columbia, reports Heat Vision.
John Shiban (BREAKING BAD) has inked a deal with Sony Pictures Television to pen a script for a potential sci-fi series titled THE VOYAGE, reports Variety.
Jake Mandeville-Anthony, a U.K. screenwriter, has filed suit against Disney and Pixar claiming that the studios' CARS was taken from work he submitted to the studio in the early 1990s, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Writer Michael Chabon has met with director Jon Favreau about coming on as the new writer of MAGIC KINGDOM, reports Heat Vision.
Stephen King has entered negotiations to pen an episode of AMC's THE WALKING DEAD, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Disney has tapped Karl Gajdusek (UNKNOWN) to rewrite Joseph Kosinski's sci-fi flick OBLIVION, which has been renamed HORIZONS, reports Heat Vision.
VFX firm Prime Focus is branching out into production with a TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s book GOOD OMENS, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
John Moore (MAX PAYNE) is set to direct a sci-fi flick from JURASSIC PARK 3 writer Peter Buchman, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Wigram Productions has picked up the rights to BONE creator Jeff Smith's sci-fi noir comic RASL, reports Deadline.com.
The Dino De Laurentiis Co. has tapped Shane Abbess (GABRIEL) to helm the sci-fi thriller 7TH DAY, reports Variety.
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Neil Gaiman (CORALINE) will write English scripts for a Chinese-produced 3-D trilogy based on the legend of the Monkey King, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
20th Century Fox has bought Chris Baldi's script SCAVENGERS and attached DIARY OF A WIMPY KID director Thor Freudenthal to helm, reports Deadline.com.
Walt Disney Pictures has picked up the rights to Dave Andron’s sci-fi pitch THE RUNNER, reports Deadline.com.
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