Universal Pictures is setting up an untitled adventure flick which it has bought from "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" scribe Chris Morgan.
Set to pump up moviegoers' adrenaline, Universal Pictures is getting on the track to develop an untitled adventure flick from writer Chris Morgan's pitch that it has preemptively purchased for reportedly $700,000 against $1.35 million.
The deal marks the fifth project Universal sets up with Morgan, who previously penned "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" for the studio. Other flicks the two are collaborating in include "Wanted (2008)", "The Psycho", and reportedly, a fourth "Fast and the Furious" movie.
No words yet on the cast, director, and plot details, but it is noted that Stuber/Parent Productions will produce with H2F Entertainment's Walter Hamada and Chris Fenton executive producing. Meanwhile, Universal's Jeff Kirschenbaum and Erik Baiers will both oversee the picture for the studio.