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Gore Verbinski gets animated


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  • Gore Verbinski gets animated

    King, Verbinski team on new film

    John Logan attached to write animated tale




    By Diane Garrett
    February 20, 2008

    Graham King has teamed with Gore Verbinski on an animated tale that John Logan will write.

    Project, as yet untitled and still in the very early stages due to the writers strike, is projected for a 2010 release. Budget won't be set until after the script is written but is expected to be about $100 million.

    The producer is mounting the project under his GK Films banner. Details of the story are scarce, but Verbinski would likely use his facility working with f/x-based creatures on the "Pirates of the Caribbean" pics in this directing endeavor. King will take the project to Warners, where he has a first-look deal, once the script is done.

    Although King knew Verbinski through "Pirates" star Johnny Depp, who has a production deal with King, it was Logan who suggested the pairing. The writer had worked with King on "The Aviator."

    GK Films and Blind Wink Prods., Verbinski's shingle, are producing along with producer John B. Carls. Verbinski has already enlisted visual effects guru Mark McCreery, who designed the creatures for the first "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie, along with James Ward Byrkit, who was art department designer for all three "Pirates" pics.

    Verbinski and King both said they had wanted to make an animated film.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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