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Fox developing The Littlest Bigfoot animated movie

20th Century Fox Animation is bringing Jennifer Weiner’s recently-published children’s book The Littlest Bigfoot to the screen, with Variety revealing that an animated feature is in the works under producers Chris Bender and Jake Weiner.

The Littlest Bigfoot follows “a pair of 12-year-old girls — one human, one Bigfoot — both desperately out of place in their own worlds, but who find each other and fight to keep the hidden Bigfoot world safe.”

“I loved writing this book, and spending time with these three misfit kids who discover their own worth,” said author Weiner, who is currently working on the sequel, Little Bigfoot, Big City, which is set for release in November 2017. “I couldn’t ask for a better partner than Fox in bringing their story to the big screen.”

Jen has made a career writing novels about adults that feel like outsiders, but eventually grow and become comfortable in
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‘Littlest Bigfoot’ Animated Movie in the Works at Fox Based on Jennifer Weiner’s Book

‘Littlest Bigfoot’ Animated Movie in the Works at Fox Based on Jennifer Weiner’s Book
Twentieth Century Fox Animation is developing Jennifer Weiner’s children’s book “The Littlest Bigfoot” as a movie, with Chris Bender and Jake Weiner producing through Good Fear Film.

“The Littlest Bigfoot” center on a pair of 12-year-old girls — one human, one Bigfoot — both desperately out of place in their own worlds, but who find each other and fight to keep the hidden Bigfoot world safe. The book — the first in a trilogy — was published earlier this week by Aladdin Books (a division of Simon & Schuster).

Weiner is currently writing the next installment, “Little Bigfoot, Big City,” coming November of 2017.

“I loved writing this book, and spending time with these three misfit kids who discover their own worth,” Weiner said. “I couldn’t ask for a better partner than Fox in bringing their story to the big screen.”

Andrea Miloro will oversee the project for Fox Animation. Weiner’s “In Her Shoes
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‘The Littlest Bigfoot’: Kids Book To Be Made Into Animated Feature

Breaking: It’s one big happy Weiner family. The Littlest Bigfoot, author Jennifer Weiner’s latest book for kids, will be made into an animated feature by Chris Bender (We're the Millers) and Jennifer’s brother Jake Weiner (Leap Year), courtesy of 20th Century Fox Animation in a deal that was negotiated by another in the Weiner family, brother Joe. The IP seems set for a sequel as the author is writing the next installment called Little Bigfoot, Big City; that one comes…
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Albino Terror Stalks the Rails in Spiker

Doing my occasional snooping about the internet I stumbled upon the existence of a new slasher flick I was previously unaware of entitled Spiker about a maniac who lays waste to his victims with railroad spikes. The original title of the film was Blood Rails (official site), but the producers have wisely changed it to Spiker which I think we can all agree is more direct to the point.

"A nightmare comes to life, the Spiker is a massive, pink-eyed albino and a maniac killing machine whose physical endurance borders on the fantastic. He escapes from an asylum and returns to the small town he terrorized years before, where he slashed his victims to pieces with railroad spikes and buried the bodies under the train tracks outside of town. When a group of teenagers decide to camp out at an abandoned house they are attacked by the vengeful Spiker and
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Albino Terror Stalks the Rails in Spiker

Doing my occassional snooping about the internet, I stumbled upon the existence of a new slasher flick I was previously unaware of entitled Spiker, about a maniac who lays waste to his victims with railroad spikes. The original title of the film was Blood Rails, but the producers have wisely changed it to Spiker, which I think we can all agree is more direct to the point.

\"A nightmare comes to life, the Spiker is a massive, pink-eyed albino and a maniac killing machine whose physical endurance borders on the fantastic. He escapes from an asylum and returns to the small town he terrorized years before, where he slashed his victims to pieces with railroad spikes and buried the bodies under the train tracks outside of town. When a group of teenagers decide to camp out at an abandoned house they are attacked by the vengeful Spiker and discover a
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