This week’s writing deals and movie project news.
Max Borenstein and Rodney Barnes adaptation of 2004 National Book Award winner “Arc of Justice” with The Mark Gordon Company, José Padilha to direct.
Joe Carnahan writing “X-Force” for Twentieth Century Fox.
J.P. Delaney adapting his own novel “The Perfect Wife” for Imagine Entertainment.
Eric Heisserer executive producing supernatural TV series “The Scrawl” for Penchant Entertainment.
Melissa London Hilfers adapting thriller novel “Behind Closed Doors” for Wild Bunch AG, Stone Village Pictures, and Shadowfox Productions.
Dan Mazeau rewriting “Van Helsing” for Universal Pictures.
Suzan-Lori Parks adapting “Native Son” for Bow + Arrow Entertainment.
Daniel Pearle adapting his play “A Kid Like Jake” for That’s Wonderful Productions and Double Nickel Entertainment.
Nick Pileggi and Gay Talese writing untitled Frank Sinatra project for Sinatra Enterprises based on 50 year-old Esquire article penned by Talese.
Dan Sterling’s 2011 Black List comedy “Flarsky” at Good Universe, Point Grey Pictures, and Denver and Delilah Films with Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron attached to star.
Screenwriting News (February 20-February 26, 2017) was originally published in Go Into The Story on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.Screenwriting News (February 20-February 26, 2017)