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A Tale Dark & Grimm Lands at FilmNation

6 September 2012 6:23 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

FilmNation Entertainment has acquired the feature film rights to the popular children's book A Tale Dark & Grimm by author Adam Gidwitz. FilmNation will partner with Marissa McMahon of Kamala Films to finance the development and produce alongside FilmNation Entertainment's Aaron Ryder and Karen Lunder. Jon Gunn (Mercy Streets, My Date With Drew) and John Mann (Mercy Streets) are confirmed to adapt the screenplay.

Currently in development, the live action feature film will be based on Gidwitz's original frightening and witty stories. Inspired by some of Grimm's more gruesome tales, the story follows the adventures of two unsuspecting children who hold the key to breaking out of the dark ages.

FilmNation Entertainment's Aaron Ryder said: "We have been searching for distinctive source material for our first family project. We found this in Gidwitz's witty manuscript and look forward to nurturing the project with our partners at Kamala Films."

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FilmNation to Tell A Tale Dark & Grimm

6 September 2012 4:47 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Some pretty nifty news is coming out of Toronto as word of another adaptation has hit the interwebs with a dark and grim thud. Read on to find out what's next for you fine fiends from FilmNation. Dig it!

THR reports FilmNation Entertainment and Kamala Films are teaming to turn Adam Gidwitz's popular children's book A Tale Dark & Grimm into a live-action feature. Jon Gunn (My Date With Drew) and John W. Mann (Mercy Streets) will write the adapted screenplay.

Gidwtiz's original frightening and witty story -- inspired by the Brothers Grimm -- follows the adventures of two unsuspecting children who hold the key to breaking out of the Dark Ages. FilmNation has acquired film rights to the book and will partner with Marissa McMahon of Kamala Films in financing and producing Dark & Grimm alongside FilmNation Entertainment's Aaron Ryder and Karen Lunder.

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Toronto 2012: Popular Children's Book 'A Tale Dark & Grimm' Headed to Big Screen

6 September 2012 12:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Toronto -- FilmNation Entertainment and Kamala Films are teaming to turn Adam Gidwitz's popular children's book A Tale Dark & Grimm into a live-action feature. Jon Gunn (My Date With Drew) and John W. Mann (Mercy Streets) will write the adapted screenplay. Story: Toronto 2012: Exclusive Media Makes Bold Foray Into U.S. Distribution Gidwtiz's original frightening and witty story -- inspired by the Brothers Grimm -- follows the adventures of two unsuspecting children who hold the key to breaking out of the Dark Ages. FilmNation has acquired film rights to the book and will partner with Marissa McMahon of Kamala Films

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Toronto: FilmNation In Deal For ‘A Tale Dark & Grimm’

6 September 2012 11:39 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

FilmNation Entertainment has acquired the feature film rights to the popular children’s book A Tale Dark & Grimm by author Adam Gidwitz. FilmNation will partner with Marissa McMahon of Kamala Films to finance the development and produce alongside FilmNation Entertainment’s Aaron Ryder and Karen Lunder. Jon Gunn (Mercy Streets, My Date with Drew) and John W. Mann (Mercy Streets) are confirmed to adapt the screenplay. Currently in development, the live action feature film will be based on Gidwitz’s original frightening and witty stories. Inspired by some of Grimm’s more gruesome tales, the story follows the adventures of two unsuspecting children who hold the key to breaking out of the dark ages. FilmNation Entertainment’s Aaron Ryder said: “We have been searching for distinctive source material for our first family project. We found this in Gidwitz’s witty manuscript and look forward to nurturing the project with our partners at Kamala Films. »

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Be My Valentine? Be Careful What You Wish For: Indiewire @ Hulu

14 February 2012 6:00 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The course of true love never did run smooth, as demonstrated in many of the Valentine's-inspired selections to Indiewire's latest curation of Hulu's Documentaries page.  While not all of the featured films paint a negative picture of love and relationships, they all must contend with some difficulties, if not outright tragedies, along the way. Hapless romantic Brian Herzlinger decides to follow through on his nearly lifelong crush on Drew Barrymore by tracking down the Hollywood star and getting her to agree to go out on a date. "My Date With Drew" is the entertaining and likeable result of what can happen when you take on an if not impossible, at least improbable, dream. Another improbable love story is found in a most unlikely place in Jon Nealon's "Goodbye Hungaria." A Palestinian refugee and an American volunteer meet at a Hungarian refugee camp, and while wading through the quagmire of international politics, »

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