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Ice Age Director Buys Himself Some Monster Dogs

It's beginning to look like it'll be a Dogs' life for Ice Age director Chris Wedge's live-action directorial debut, as his production company buys the rights to the novel Lives of The Monster Dogs.

Wedge's Wedgeworks has purchased the movie rights to Kirsten Bakis' 1998 novel about the last days of genetically-engineered hyper-intelligent dogs that rebelled against their lives as soldiers and become part of New York society, according to the Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision blog. The script will be co-written by Wedge and screenwriter Adam Kline, currently working on the next Artemis Fowl movie; no release date has been set.

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