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Chris Columbus' 1492 Pictures, along with Ocean Blue Entertainment, have pre-emptively purchased the spec “12/24” written by Matt Lieberman. The spec is based on an original idea by “Safe House”…
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Paramount and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot have snapped up action-thriller spec script "Wunderkind" from writer Patrick Aison.
Fox is looking to Satan for the holidays, acquiring Dan Ewen's spec script "Dear Satan" for the Farrelly Brothers and Conundrum Entertainment.
"True Blood" star Alexander Skarsgard is set to topline Warner Bros.' "Hidden," which twin brothers Matt and Ross Duffer will direct from their own spec script.
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