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2 items from 2007

To a 'Haunting' three will go

14 September 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Elias Koteas, Martin Donovan and Kyle Gallner have boarded the horror film The Haunting in Connecticut for Gold Circle Films and Lionsgate.

Virginia Madsen already is set to star in the thriller, which in the vein of The Exorcist is based on one family's experience with supernatural forces after settling into a new home.

Gallner will play Madsen's cancer-ridden son Matt, who becomes aware of the paranormal activity present around him. Koteas will play a priest and fellow cancer patient that Sara Campbell (Madsen) turns to for help. Donovan will play Madsen's husband.

The film, directed by Peter Cornwell and written by Adam Simon and Tim Metcalfe, began shooting this week in Winnipeg.

Koteas recently completed work on David Fincher's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which stars Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett also appears in David Auburn's The Girl in the Park. Koteas is repped by UTA, Kipperman Management and attorney Shep Rosenman at Katz, Golden, Sullivan & Rosenman.

Donovan, whose credits include Showtime's Weeds, will appear in the upcoming suspense thriller Wind Chill with Emily Blunt and Ashton Holmes. »

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'Creepy' at Montecito, D'Works

30 March 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Montecito Pictures and DreamWorks have picked up The Creepy Kid, a comedy spec from scribes Ethan Furman and Adam Farasati. Montecito will produce with Magnet Pictures, the production arm of Magnet Management.

The logline is being kept under wraps, though it has been described as Big Daddy meets The Exorcist.

A blind script deal for the writers also was included.

This is the first studio deal for Furman and Farasati, who hail from Northern California and are bartenders in West Los Angeles.

The duo is repped by Magnet and Hansen Jacobson Teller. »

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