Hot Sheet January-February 2012


Scott Alexander '85 and Larry Karaszewski '85 have written the Fox 2000 feature film Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters.

Bryan Burk '91 will executive produce the CW drama series Shelter.

RJ Cutler will executive produce and direct the ABC drama series Nashville.

Timothy Dowling '96 will write an untitled feature office comedy for DreamWorks.

Paul Feig '84 will direct the feature romantic comedy The Better Woman, which is based on a story idea by Jen Smolka '00.

David Foster will produce the reimagining of the 1980's feature film Short Circuit.

Dina Gachman '07 has launched the online graphic novel website Fling Girl LA which is currently under negotiations for adaptation into a web series through Hulu.

Jonathan Glickman will produce a feature film adaptation of Steve Moore's 2008 graphic novel Hercules: The Thracian War.

Brian Grazer '74 and Ron Howard will executive produce the ABC sitcom How to Live with Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life. Grazer is also slated to produce the SyFy Films feature Paranormalists.

David Klass '89 has written, and Gary Foster will produce the political thriller Emperor.

Eric Kripke '96 will write and executive produce the NBC television drama Revolution. Bryan Burk '91 will also executive produce the show.

Shawn Levy '94 will produce the feature film Fancy Nancy based on the children's book series.

George Lucas '66 received the NAACP Vanguard Award at the 43rd annual Image Awards.

Tina Mabry '05 and Eric Nazarian '99 have been selected to participate in the Fox Writers Intensive, a program intended to groom writers with diverse voices and backgrounds for staffing on Fox productions.

Neal Moritz '85 will produce the action feature film Invertigo.

Melissa Rosenberg '90 will write and executive produce the ABC drama Penoza.

Charles Roven, through Atlas Entertainment, will produce the feature, The Great Wall.

Josh Schwartz will executive produce the television drama Cult.

Peter Segal '84 will produce a live-action feature rendition of the manga anime Bleach.

Stacey Sher '85 will produce the comedy feature film Get a Job.

Melissa Stack '04 will write a feature untitled female revenge comedy for Twentieth Century Fox.

Adam Sztykiel '00 will write and co-executive produce the ABC comedy Adam Sztykiel Project.

John Wells '82 will executive produce the FOX comedy series Prodigy Bully. Wells will also executive produce NBC's female prison drama series Bad Girls.


Dr. Seuss' The Lorax
Cinco Paul '93, Writer

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
David S. Goyer '88, Writer

John Axelrad '90, Editior

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
Michael Bostick '90, Executive Producer
Charlotte Huggins, Producer
Richard Outten '84, Story

This Means War
Timothy Dowling '96, Writer
DM Hemphill, Re-recording Mixer

The Vow
Jonathan Glickman, Producer
Abby Kohn '96, Writer
Marc Silverstein '96, Writer

Judd Apatow, Producer

TV Shows

The 84th Annual Academy Awards
Brian Grazer '74, Producer

Bryan Burk '91, Executive Producer
Athena Wickham '02, Producer

Kyle Killen '97, Executive Producer/Writer

Aaron Kaplan, Executive Producer

Rizzoli & Isles
Darin Goldberg '91, Writer/Consulting Producer
Shelley Meals '91, Writer/Consulting Producer

The River
Zack Estrin, Executive Producer
Michael R. Perry '94, Writer