Fox Searchlight Pictures has obtained rights to Matthew Spicer and Max Winkler's pitch "The Ornate Anatomy of Living Things" to turn it into the big screen.
Keeps putting priority on drama genre, Fox Searchlight Pictures is going to develop a film feature of the kind titled "The Ornate Anatomy of Living Things" from a script by new scribes Matthew Spicer and Max Winkler that the studio has successfully purchased.
Project revolves around a New York bookstore clerk who discovers a museum devoted to his life. No word yet on helmer and cast lineup, but it has been learned that Jason Reitman will produce through his Hard C production company with Peter Principato and Paul Young executive producing.
Established in 1994, Fox Searchlight Pictures is the specialty film division of 20th Century Fox that has a more indie slant than its parent company. Its recent production was romantic dramedy "I Think I Love My Wife", which so far has collected around $12.5 million since its opening on March 16.