"San Andreas" director Brad Peyton and "Iron Man" scribes Art Marcum and Matt Holloway have signed on to develop a "high concept- action-adventure film about a military team" for Sony, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Story details for the project are being kept under wrap.
Peyton's "San Andreas" film, which starred Dwayne Johnson, pulled in more than $461 million at the international box office, making him one of the most sought after directors for action movie. His next project will be a live-action adaptation of the video game "Rampage," which is also slated to star Johnson.
Likewise, Marvel Studios' premiere hit "Iron Man" -- penned by Marcum and Holloway -- earned both critical praise and over $585 million worldwide. Their past work includes the "Highlander" reboot and they will also develop the upcoming "Transformers 5."
Neal H. Moritz and Ori Marmur will produce the project, with Jeff Fierson executive producing.