DreamWorks and Montecito Rearing a "Creepy Kid"



DreamWorks Pictures is joining forces with Montecito Pictures to make comedy flick "The Creepy Kid" based on script by first-time scribes Ethan Furman and Adam Farasati.

Forming promising collaboration with Montecito Pictures, DreamWorks is set to develop a comedic feature titled "The Creepy Kid" from the script by duo Ethan Furman and Adam Farasati, The Hollywood Reported has revealed.

The first studio deal for Furman and Farasati, natives of Northern California working as bartenders in West Los Angeles, the project will be produced by Montecito alongside Magnet Pictures, the production arm of Magnet Management.

Storyline is being kept under wraps, but the flick is said to be a kind of "Big Daddy"-meet-"The Exorcist" picture.

© AceShowbiz.com


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