Evan Daugherty Puts His Gamer Face On For Mario Bros-Themed Shorts: Video

By | Friday November 15, 2013 @ 1:56pm PST

If you have kids — or, let’s face it, if you’ve been alive during the past few decades — you know about the Mario Bros video game franchise. Evan Daugherty certainly knows the Bros: The Snow Read More »

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ABC Developing ‘The Hunchback Of Notre Dame’ Event Series With Evan Daugherty & Mandeville

By | Wednesday September 18, 2013 @ 3:19pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: Almost two decades after The Hunchback Of Notre Dame animated feature, Disney is revisiting Victor Hugo’s gothic classic, this time in TV. ABC has put in development Esmeralda, a limited/event series written by … Read More »

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‘SWATH’ Scribe Evan Daugherty To Write ‘G.I. Joe 3′

By | Tuesday September 10, 2013 @ 11:12am PDT

Paramount and Hasbro have tapped Snow White And the Huntsman‘s Evan Daugherty to write their G.I. Joe 3 threequel for returning helmer Jon M. Chu. SWATH was Daugherty’s first feature but his rewriting work … Read More »

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‘Midnight, Mass.’ Comic Gets Drama Series Adaptation At NBC

By | Wednesday September 19, 2012 @ 6:17pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: NBC has put in development Midnight, Mass., a drama series based on characters from the Vertigo comic books and graphic novels published by DC Entertainment. Snow White And The Huntsman co-writer Evan Daugherty will write the … Read More »

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Universal Aims At ‘Snow White & Huntsman’

Mike Fleming

UPDATE: I’m told that the deal being finalized will be worth $1.5 million against more than $3 million, easily making it one of the biggest spec deals of the year.

EXCLUSIVE: I’m told that Universal Pictures is putting the finishing touches on a multi-million dollar deal for Snow White and the Huntsman, a revisionist take on the fairy tale scripted by Evan Daugherty and produced by Alice in Wonderland‘s Joe Roth. Attached to direct is Rupert Sanders, who has been on a short list for many plum studio jobs including The Hunger Games and All You Need Is Kill, based on his reel of stylishly-directed commercials Read More »

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Can Abe Lincoln And Snow White Stir Sluggish Spec Market?

Mike Fleming

After watching most of their summer sequels and branded pictures underwhelm audiences while original stabs like Inception and Despicable Me drew plaudits and profits, studios this week have a chance to get bold. I’m told that agencies have about 8  … Read More »

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