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NL 'Wrongs' adds Waters as director

31 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Director Mark Waters has signed up for Henry's List of Wrongs from New Line Cinema, while Harley Peyton has been tapped to rewrite it. Wrongs tells the tale of a shy boy who gets dumped at the prom, with the incident shaping his life as he grows up to be a ruthless corporate magnate. Years later, when he discovers the girl who dumped him was terminally ill and wanted to spare his feelings, he sets out to rectify his own malicious behavior toward others. John Scott Shepherd wrote the initial draft, based on his book. Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski and David O. Russell also worked on the screenplay. Producing are Warren Zide, Craig Perry, Ken Atchity and Chi-Li Wong. Richard Brener and Michele Weiss are overseeing for New Line. Waters, who directed the hits Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, has numerous projects in the works. He's prepping If Only It Were True at DreamWorks, with Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo attached to star, and is developing The Spiderwick Chronicles at Nickelodeon Movies and The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past at the Walt Disney Co. Peyton wrote the Barry Levinson-directed Bandits and was a writer-producer on TV's Twin Peaks. Waters and Peyton are repped by CAA. Peyton is additionally repped by attorney John LaViolette. »

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NL 'Wrongs' adds Waters as director

31 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Director Mark Waters has signed up for Henry's List of Wrongs from New Line Cinema, while Harley Peyton has been tapped to rewrite it. Wrongs tells the tale of a shy boy who gets dumped at the prom, with the incident shaping his life as he grows up to be a ruthless corporate magnate. Years later, when he discovers the girl who dumped him was terminally ill and wanted to spare his feelings, he sets out to rectify his own malicious behavior toward others. John Scott Shepherd wrote the initial draft, based on his book. Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski and David O. Russell also worked on the screenplay. Producing are Warren Zide, Craig Perry, Ken Atchity and Chi-Li Wong. Richard Brener and Michele Weiss are overseeing for New Line. Waters, who directed the hits Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, has numerous projects in the works. He's prepping If Only It Were True at DreamWorks, with Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo attached to star, and is developing The Spiderwick Chronicles at Nickelodeon Movies and The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past at the Walt Disney Co. Peyton wrote the Barry Levinson-directed Bandits and was a writer-producer on TV's Twin Peaks. Waters and Peyton are repped by CAA. Peyton is additionally repped by attorney John LaViolette. »

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Amick on duty for NBC's 'ER'

19 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Madchen Amick has been tapped for a major recurring role next season on NBC's veteran medical drama ER. In 10 episodes, Amick will play a social worker and a love interest for series star Noah Wyle. ER, from Warner Bros. TV, is returning in the fall for its 11th season. The show, which won a best drama series Emmy in 1996, is overseen by executive producer John Wells. Amick most recently starred opposite John Stamos in the untitled John Stamos comedy pilot for ABC. Her series credits also include ABC's Twin Peaks and the WB Network's Gilmore Girls. »

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'Train' en route to English remake

26 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Patrice Leconte's Man on the Train is getting an English-language makeover at Bob Cooper's Landscape Entertainment. Harley Peyton -- whose credits include Less Than Zero, Bandits and Twin Peaks -- is penning the project, with Cooper producing and Landscape senior vp feature films Karen Lunder executive producing. Peyton also penned I Know That You Know That I Know, which Landscape has set up at New Line Cinema as a starring vehicle for Jim Carrey. Man on the Train is about two men -- opposites in every way -- who decide that the other man's life is the one they want. »

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Frost to invent 'Genius' for Disney

11 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost is in final negotiations with Walt Disney Studios to write Electric Boy Genius. Mark Ciardi and Gordon Gray are producing through their Mayhem Pictures shingle. Genius is the true story of Ryan Patterson, who before he went to kindergarten was wiring his family's house. By the first grade, Patterson was building complex robots. Under a mentor's encouragement, the boy invented gadgets that would change people's lives, like an electronic sign-language translator. The project is based on a December 2002 GQ magazine article that the studio optioned. Brigham Taylor is overseeing the project for Disney. Genius will be the second project Frost is working on at the studio. He wrote and is producing, along with Larry Brezner, the period golf pic The Greatest Game Ever Played, which Bill Paxton is prepping to direct. Frost adapted Game from his own best-selling book. Frost's writing credits include Hill Street Blues and The Six Million Dollar Man. He is repped by CAA. »

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