Summit nabs David Guggenheim pitch

Studio pays mid-six figures for 'Puzzle Palace'

Summit Entertainment has acquired David Guggenheim’s pitch “Puzzle Palace” for mid-six figures following an auction, and set it up with Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen at their Temple Hill Entertainment banner.

Logline’s being kept under wraps. Adam Kolbrenner of Madhouse will exec produce.

Guggenheim recently sold his spec script “Safe House” to Universal, which set it up with Scott Stuber producing.

Godfrey and Bowen recently produced “Dear John” and the latest installment in the third “Twilight” film, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.” They’re in production on the Will Ferrell comedy “Everything Must Go.”

Erik Feig, Summit’s president of production, and Jean Song will oversee “Puzzle” for the studio.

Guggenheim is repped by APA and Madhouse.

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