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Week in Review...


  • Justin Lin (BETTER LUCK TOMORROW) is developing the Naval Academy-set boxing pic ANNAPOLIS for Disney.

  • Amy B. Harris ("Sex and the City") will write SWITCHED about twin separated at birth who are reunited at 18.

  • Irwin Winkler will direct the upcoming novel MAN ON THIRD, about two brothers: a scientist and a baseball player.

  • Landscape Entertainment has set up two comedies at New Line Cinema: MAN IN UNIFORM, by Michael Galvin & Peter Speakman, and LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR abouta marketing consultant seeks a teen who will help her predict what's hot; she finds her perfect specimen in a man who lives in his parents' basement. Larry Doyle ("The Simpsons") scripted the latter.

  • Andrew Davis (HOLES) will direct Disney's THE GUARDIAN.

  • David Auburn (PROOF) will write the epic WARRIOR QUEEN about the Celtic queen Boudicca and her uprising against the Romans occupying Britain in the first century A.D.

  • James Foley will helm the Jim Uhls-scripted HARD HEARTS about a bounty hunting couple who are planning their wedding.

  • Bobby Florsheim and Josh Stolberg's THE PASSION OF THE ARK was picked up by Columbia. It's a modern-day tale of an unmarried man approached by God to build an ark to save the world from a second flood.

  • Marcus Nispel (TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE) is developing the sci-fi SUBTERRANEAN about what is discovered in a subterranean area of New York and how it could impact mankind.

  • Jim Fall (LIZZIE MCGUIRE MOVIE) will direct JUPITER'S MOM about a successful city girl who goes to visit her freespirited younger sister in the country but finds herself stuck taking care of her 3-year-old nephew Jupiter.

  • Universal picked up the comedy pitch THE DREAM FACTORY by Daniel Robert Cohn about how dreams during sleep can affect peoples' lives.

  • Director Katja von Garnier, producer Lydia Dean Pilcher and screenwriter Sally Robinson (all 3 from IRON JAWED ANGELS) will reteam on Alice Hoffman's THE PROBABLE FUTURE.

  • Mark Friedman is writing the script for Disney's THE WIND AND THE WILLOWS, based on the Kenneth Grahame book.
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