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Scott Rosenberg Comes Aboard 'Jumanji' For Columbia Pictures

EXCLUSIVE: Scott Rosenberg has just been tapped to do a rewrite on the redo of Jumanji for Columbia Pictures. The project is considered a high priority for the studio as it plan to have the film set for release on Christmas Day next year. 214 more words

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Chronicle -- motion picture review

Written by Max Landis.

In writing Chronicle, Landis has created the film character I personally find the most relatable. Andrew Detmer is an enclosed, anti-social school student with power fantasies and inappropriate sexual desires. 804 more words

Alex Kurtzman

Sony & MRC Team Up On Stephen King’s The Dark Tower

I’m certainly glad to be writing about a film version of what is arguably Stephen King’s seminal work, THE DARK TOWER. THE DARK TOWER is a series of eight novels King wrote about a gunslinger, Roland Deschain, as he goes on a journey to find the Dark Tower. 337 more words

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What the Marvel/Sony deal could, does and should mean...

Marvel Entertainment released a press statement today, confirming that, after a long series of negotiations with Sony Pictures Entertainment, who own Spider-Man’s live-action rights, the character was finally to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, alongside characters such as Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America and the Guardians of the Galaxy. 1,587 more words

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 -- review

Adapted by Alex KurtzmanRoberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner from The Night Gwen Stacy Died by Gerry Conway.

Not gonna lie, I think The Amazing Spider-Man 2… 854 more words

Alex Kurtzman

The Amazing Spider-Man 2


For the hype, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was a remarkably average superhero movie. It didn’t improve upon the flaws of the first movie and really shows that it is time for Sony to give the rights to Disney. 639 more words


Roberto Orci No Longer Scripting 'THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 3'

Months before The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ever opened in theaters, Sony enlisted writers Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner to write the screenplay for  202 more words