Easily featuring one of the coolest loglines I’ve read all year, Latitude Prods. and Lascaux Films have acquired Andy Pagana and Justin Thomas‘ spec script The Man in the Rearview Mirror, Variety reports.
“Set in the 1950s, the ‘Rear Window’-esque story follows a man, his wife and her mother who pursue a suspected kidnapper at high speeds on the freeway.” With no technology in sight, this proves to be an extremely intriguing plot.
Pic , acquired in a low- to mid-six-figure deal, will be a co-production between L.A.-based Latitude Prods. and Dallas-based Lascaux Films, which aim to start production early next year.
Scribes are currently writing Parkfield for the Woodshed Horror Co., an outfit run by Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh Waller that is dedicated to the production of elevated horror films.
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