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Adam Green To Write & Direct Frozen!

13 November 2008 7:35 AM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

We just received a press release announcing that filmmaker Adam Green (Spiral, Hatchet) will be writing & directing Frozen, a high-concept thriller for Peter Block's "A Bigger Boat" production company.  Read ahead for All the details:

A Bigger Boat Launches Frozen At The American Film Market

Santa Monica, CA (November 11, 2008) Peter Block’s A Bigger Boat announced today that it has greenlit the chilling thriller Frozen, written and to be directed by Adam Green (Hatchet, Spiral). The company will produce the picture with Green’s ArieScope Pictures.

GreeneStreet Films International (Gsfi) is selling the film worldwide and has already closed deals at the American Film Market with the United Kingdom’s Momentum, Spain’s Aurum, France’s Metropolitan, the Middle East’s Ecs, Brazil’s Playarte, Israel’s United King, Scandinavia’s Svensk, and Turkey’s Medyavizyon.

The story revolves around three skiers who are stranded on a chairlift and »

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Hatchet's Adam Green is Frozen

12 November 2008 8:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Hatchet Director Adam Green is about to get Frozen with A Bigger Boat. The new shingle headed by ex-Lionsgate exec Peter Block will co-produce with Green's ArieScope Pictures.  Read the full PR below.

Santa Monica, CA (November 11, 2008) Peter Block’s A Bigger Boat announced today that it has greenlit the chilling thriller Frozen, written and to be directed by Adam Green (Hatchet, Spiral). The company will produce the picture with Green’s ArieScope Pictures.

GreeneStreet Films International (Gsfi) is selling the film worldwide and has already closed deals at the American Film Market with the United Kingdom’s Momentum, Spain’s Aurum, France’s Metropolitan, the Middle East’s Ecs, Brazil’s Playarte, Israel’s United King, Scandinavia’s Svensk, and Turkey’s Medyavizyon.

The story revolves around three skiers who are stranded on a chairlift and forced to make life or death choices that prove more dangerous than even freezing to death. »

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Cannes Market Musts: John Polson's Tenderness

15 May 2008 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- If I was a buyer on day I'd be checking out the rights to Greenstreet Films international's Tenderness. John Polson (Swimfan, Hide and Seek) content at the Cannes marrket I'd be curious to check out this tale which stars Russell Crowe, Laur Dern and young actors Jon Foster and Sophie Traub in a tale about  When 16-year-old runaway Lori meets Eric, she is irresistibly drawn to him despite his violent past and the undercurrents of danger she senses. Lieutenant Cristofuoro pursues the pair and tries to unravel Eric's complex past before it is too late. Lionsgate will release the film domestically probably sometime this year.   »

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America Ferrera joins 'Invisible'

30 April 2008 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- America Ferrera has signed on to star in "An Invisible Sign of My Own", a coming-of-age drama that will also mark Marilyn Agrelo's first directorial effort since her breakout documentary "Mad Hot Ballroom".

The movie, expected to begin shooting shortly, is based on Aimee Bender's quirky novel about a 20-year-old loner named Mona Gray (Ferrera) who as a child turned to math for salvation after her father became ill. As an adult, Gray now teaches the subject and must help her students through their own crises. "Wedding Planner" scribes Michael Ellis and Pamela Falk penned the adaptation.

Endeavor put together the project, which will be produced by Jana Edelbaum's iDealPartners Film Fund, the New York entity that's also behind the Uma Thurman comedy "Motherhood" and Lionsgate's Russell Crowe crime-saga "Tenderness".

Ferrera will have a relatively short window in which to shoot the movie; the "Ugly Betty" star is on an aggressive production schedule for her ABC hit, with ABC Studios still in production on the show until early May and then going back into production in June as the show shoots ahead of a potential SAG strike. »

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