WARNER BROS. Selects New Director for Movie Adaptation of Lore
A new director has been hired to bring comic book, Lore, to the big screen. Check it out after the jump!
Sources are reporting that Warner Bros. has hired David Green to direct feature length adaptation of the comic book Lore, written by husband-and-wife duo Ashley Wood and T.P. Louise and with Cory Goodman (Priest) and Jeremy Lott to pen the script. Initially, Barry Sonnenfeld was attached to helm the film as the studio was seeking a new franchise in the vein of the Men in Black movies. Sonnenfeld would not remain director due to budget disagreements but remained attached as executive producer.
David Green, who directed a small budget film for Disney titled Echo has apparently impressed WB leading the studio to place him in the director's seat. While Echo was never released by Disney supposedly because the company wasn't confident in how to market the small budget film, it has recently changed hands to studio, Relativity. Echo will be released January 10, 2014.
In times past, the world was full of mythical creatures, creatures long since banished and held at bay by the secret society of Shepherds. But when the generational line of Shepherds is broken, a reluctant hero finds her life threatened from every quarter. And the creatures are coming back…
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