Intrepid Pictures is going supernatural, buying up feature rights to a pair of young adult novels by Patrick Carman: "Skeleton Creek" and "13 Days to Midnight."
After a decade spent creating special DVD content for the films of other directors, David Prior will make his feature helming debut on an untitled thriller for Intrepid Pictures.
Intrepid Pictures has hired veteran indie exec Trina Wyatt as chief operating officer and chief financial office and promoted Anil Kurian to VP of development.
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