Marc is a two-time Script Pipeline “Recommend” writer with other horror and thriller screenplays. His crime/thriller I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, centered on a female heroine in search of revenge, was selected as a top-four winner in the 2011 Pipeline competition. He’s currently developing additional features and independent projects. Read Marc’s original 2011 interview here.
The reboot of the mega-popular franchise debuted at the top of the box office. Script Pipeline alum Evan Daugherty was brought on-board as co-writer. TMNT stars Megan Fox (Transformers), Will Arnett (Arrested Development), and William Fichter (The Dark Knight Rises).
20th Century Fox purchased the rights to the comic miniseries The Foundation, and Script Pipeline competition winner Evan Daugherty will write the screenplay adaptation as well as serve as Executive Producer.
In addition to this feature project, Evan is writing Midnight Mass for NBC, the event series Esmeralda for ABC, and GI Joe 3 for Paramount. He’ll make his directorial debut with Ink and Bone (Dimension Films) in 2015. Previous writing credits include Snow White and the Huntsman (2012), Divergent (2014), and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014). He also wrote and directed short live-action films based on the Super Mario Bros. characters in 2013.
Evan found representation after an introduction by Script Pipeline execs Chad Clough and Matt Misetich to manager Jake Wagner (Benderspink). His contest-winning script Shrapnel was produced in 2012 and starred Robert De Niro and John Travolta.
Released in 2010, Operation: Endgame stars Zach Galifianakis, Rob Corddry, Maggie Q, Ellen Barkin, Adam Scott, and Emilie de Ravin. The action-comedy is based on Brian Watanabe’s Script Pipeline “Recommend” screenplay Rogue’s Gallery, originally developed by Script Pipeline execs.
Indie comedy co-stars Corddry, Scott, Odenkirk
Ellen Barkin, Ving Rhames and Rob Corddry are starring in the indie comedy “Rogues Gallery.” Michael Ohoven and Kevin Turen are producing via their Infinity Films shingle (“Capote”).
Spy romp takes place in an underground government intelligence agency. Paris-based director Fouad Mikati is directing from a script by Brian Watanabe and Abe Levy.
Pic began shooting July 21 in Los Angeles, becoming one of the few films to go before cameras amid the de facto work stoppage.
Joe Anderson, Odette Yustman, Bob Odenkirk, Jeffrey Tambor, Maggie Q, Emilie de Ravin and Adam Scott round out the cast. Darko Entertainment’s Richard Kelly, Sean McKittrick and Ted Hamm are also producing. Chadwick Clough exec produces.
Ving Rhames, Ellen Barkin, Rob Corddry, Bob Odenkirk, Jeffrey Tambor and Maggie Q are all in “Rogue’s Gallery,” an action comedy directed by Fouad Mikati.
The film, written by Brian Watanabe and Abe Levy, is produced by Michael Ohoven and Kevin Turen of Infinity Films and Richard Kelly, Sean McKittrick and Ted Hamm of Darko Entertainment. Chadwick Clough, an executive producer on the film, brought the project to Darko; Darko executive Jeff Culotta will oversee.
“Rogue’s Gallery” details the battle that ensues among groups of government spy teams in an underground facility after their boss is assassinated. The movie began shooting last week in and around downtown Los Angeles.
Joe Anderson, Odette Yustman, Adam Scott and Emilie de Ravin also star in the film.
“It’s very rare that you can find a script which combines dry, witty humor with high-intensity action,” Ohoven said. “In spite of the impending actors strike, we are confident in our decision to begin production.”
Script Pipeline Screenwriting finalist Craig Weeden and comic veteran Jimmy Palmiotti (Ultimate Spider-Man, Jonah Hex) optioned an adaptation of Palmiotti’s Painkiller Jane in March 2014 to production company Solipsist Films (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For). Jen and Sylvia Soska (American Mary) attached to direct the project, which Jen Soska described as “unapologetically kick-ass.”
Craig is also in development on other feature and television projects. His previous work includes the children’s illustrated book Mia’s Gift and the feature crime/thriller Diamond Payback, which placed in the 2011 Pipeline competition.