New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to turn Chris Ferrence and Dan Parada's writing, "Disappearance of Trout" into wide screen. The studio even has tapped David Kirschner and Corey Sienega to serve as producers.
"Disappearance of Trout" is a fantasy flick which story centers on a popular 13-year-old boy who is heir to a town's amusement park but vanishes for two decades. He then reappears, unaged, to help repair the lives of those once close to him and the heart of the town.
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