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SMALLVILLE and WEDNESDAY creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar sign first-look deal with Sony Pictures

Smallville AND Wednesday creators Alfred Gough AND Miles Millar have signed a first-look deal with Sony Pictures to develop film projects through their Millar Gough Ink banner.

The two creatives, who recently wrote Tim Burton’S Beetle juice Beetle juiceThey hired Aaron Schmidt has been hired as Head of Film at Millar Gough Ink and will lead development and production.

Schmidt previously oversaw the development of Seth Grahame-Smith AND David Katzenberg’s KatzSmith Productions, based at Warner Bros. He was also a producer of the Child’s play restart with Aubrey Square AND Kung Fury with Michael Fassbender AND Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Gough shared in a statement: “The challenge we all face today is: what makes a film theatrical? Miles and I are excited to work with both new and established writers and directors to create cinematic stories that audiences want to experience on the big screen.”

Millar added: “Al and I always gravitate towards stories with spectacle and soul. While our goal is to write and produce great stakes, we’re also excited to create a diverse slate of hilarious films, including edgier genre pictures.

Schmidt said: “Collaborating with Sony Pictures and two formidable creators like Al and Miles, who know how to make you laugh, cry and scream, is a dream come true. Filmmaking has always been a team sport and I look forward to collaborating with Tom, Sanford, Josh and their incredible studio divisions.”

Gough also said, “Aaron shares our passion for making practical films and together we are excited to create projects that bring people back to cinemas.”

Gough and Miller are a very talented writing and directing duo and I’m excited to see what kind of film projects they develop while they’re at Sony Pictures. I hope they develop some really interesting original films.

Source: deadline

by Joey Paur
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