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Summit Entertainment has set Burr Steers (Charlie St. Cloud) to write and direct an adaptation of horror-thriller novel, Breed. Written by Scott Spencer (Endless Love) under the pseudonym of Chase Novak, Breed centers on a young couple who participate in an experimental fertility treatment, but must seek out a cure when they are transformed into bloodthirsty savages. Steers previously wrote screenplays for Igby Goes Down and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. In other acquisition news, DreamWorks has tapped director Ringan Ledwidge (Gone) to helm Glimmer, a time-traveling, sci-fi thriller produced on a shoestring budget. Hit the jump for more on both pictures. Variety reports that DreamWorks is hoping that Glimmer is a breakout hit with a budget that won't break the bank. Carter Blanchard's script centers on a group of teens who discover a portal back through time and must face the tragic consequences when one of them alters history. »

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