Nightmare Academy in Universal

Universal has bought film rights to "Nightmare Academy."


What's new from Hollywood's film industry? It's report on Universal Pictures acquiring the rights to turn "Nightmare Academy", the first installment of a trilogy of fantasy novels written by Dean Lorey, into big screen feature.

Meanwhile, Stephen Sommers and Bob Ducsay both will produce with Lorey wrote the script as well.

As of the book, it revolves around a boy who learns that bad dreams open portals which allow creatures into the world. Just keep it here for details on the film.

© AceShowbiz.com


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