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Disney digs 'The Graveyard Book' for new film

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  • Disney digs 'The Graveyard Book' for new film

    Disney has picked up s Newberry Award-winning novel The Graveyard Book.


    Gil Netter, a veteran producer with adaptations including Marley & Me and the upcoming Life of Pi among his credits, is producing with Ben Browning.

    Disney Picks Up Neil Gaiman's 'Graveyard Book' - Hollywood Reporter
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Disney digs 'The Graveyard Book' for new film

    While Stop Motion seems likely, I would love to see this live action. Hopefully they do not tone it down. The horror elements need to be left intact.

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      Re: Disney digs 'The Graveyard Book' for new film

      This is awesome news! And I agree, the horror element should not be ignored. Thankfully, "Coraline" was unashamedly scary. Let's hope "Graveyard" does the same.
      www.youtube.com/lundopictures

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