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Dwayne Johnson to Star in ‘Jungle Cruise’ Movie for Disney

19 August 2015 12:56 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Disney is moving forward with an untitled film revolving around its “Jungle Cruise” theme park attraction with Dwayne Johnson attached to star.

Crazy Stupid Love” helmers John Requa and Glenn Ficarra are on board to pen the script. John Davis and John Fox of Davis Entertainment will produce. Kristin Burr is overseeing  for Disney.

The studio has been trying to develop a film based around the safari ride for sometime, with Tom Hanks and Tim Allen each attached to star at some point. Plot details are unknown at this time, other than the fact that it will be a period piece.

Following the success of “The Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise, Disney has pushed hard to find ways to use their various brand name theme park attractions for feature film ideas. A “Haunted Mansion” pic is currently in development with Ryan Gosling attached to star.

Johnson is coming off a »

- Justin Kroll

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Amazon’s 2015 Theatrical Movies Won’t Come from Its Current Film Slate

19 January 2015 10:06 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Amazon Studios currently lists 14 movie projects in development, which it has procured through its over-the-transom script-submission process. But the company said those won’t be among the titles it releases as part of its new initiative for theatrical-first distribution.

On Monday Amazon announced that it would produce or acquire up to 12 movies per year, to be released in theaters four to eight weeks before becoming available on Prime Instant Video.

The company has hired producer Ted Hope to run the group and expects budgets to be in the range of $5 million-$25 million. It hasn’t specified genres it’s pursuing at this point except to say the movies “will focus on unique stories, voices and characters from top and up-and-coming creators.”

The new titles are anticipated as coming through a traditional studio development process, not via Amazon Studios’ script-submission program. In a statement, Amazon Studios VP Roy Price said, “We still have an open door for TV and movie scripts at We are very happy to have that source of ideas. As in TV, though, we do not expect that most of the movies in the Amazon Original Movies program will come from that source.”

Price added, “We are still developing some movies as part of that program that would not fit into the Amazon Original Movies program announced today.”

Films listed on Amazon’s slate include “Touching Blue,” a thriller from producer Denise Di Novi (“Crazy, Stupid, Love,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas”), about a teenage girl with psychic powers who must stop a mysterious killer. »

- Todd Spangler

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