Loosely based on Journey to the West, the martial-arts drama comes from Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar.
Inspired by Journey to the West, the martial-arts drama follows a warrior who travels with a young boy “across a dangerous land to find enlightenment.”
Alfred Gough and Miles Millar have sold Captain Nemo script to Sony Pictures.
MTV is expected to go straight to series with an adaptation of Terry Brooks' fantasy epic, from Alfred Gough, Miles Millar and Jon Favreau.
Tollin/Robbins Productions, who helped bring "Smallville" to the small screen, have settled out of court with Warner Bros. on a licensing disagreement as original show developers march on.
Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar are in negotiations to take a crack at the script for MGM's The Machine, a sci-fi action film starring Vin Diesel.
A federal judge has ruled the creators of "Smallville" can amend their 2010 lawsuit against Warner Bros. and the CW over "unreasonably low" licensing fees for the series. CBR has details.
Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar are set to write a Bermuda Triangle film for Universal Pictures.
Lionsgate has acquired the rights to a top-secret Stan Lee superhero property for Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar to write, direct and produce.
An IMDb listing for Metropolis offers fleeting hope that the frequently discussed Smallville spinoff could be a reality. However, the details don't hold up to scrutiny.
ABC has dropped the ax on Charlie's Angels, the struggling remake of the 1970s pop-culture phenomenon from Smallville collaborators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar.
Developers Miles Millar and Alfred Gough and the cast of ABC's Charlie's Angels talked to fans at Comic-Con International about reviving the 1970s hit, finding the new voice of Charlie Townsend, and opting for a "young and hot" Bosley.
After the series original producers filed a breach of contract complaint to earn more profits from the CW network anchor, Warner Brothers blasts back with an argument set to cut their former partners out via legalese.
Former Smallville executive producers and frequent collaborators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar are teaming up for yet another high profile project: a television remake of Charlie's Angels for ABC.