The studio is about to make a new romantic feature titled "New York State of Mind" based on Margaret Nagle's screenplay.
Exploring the life in Big Apple, New Line Cinema is on the process to develop a new big screen feature from a script by Margaret Nagle entitled "New York State of Mind", Variety has revealed.
Described as a fantastical love story, the project will be filmed entirely in the titular city with Arnold and Anne Kopelson both handling producing matters. The husband-and-wife team currently are prepping "Killing on Carnival Row" also for New Line, the first stint they do since the 2004 thriller "Twisted."
Meanwhile, Nagle, a native of Berkeley, California, has been noted for her writing effort in HBO's TV-movie "Warm Springs" which led her to earn an Emmy nomination in 2005. Other upcoming big screen works of hers include "The Lost Boys of the Sudan" and "Goree Girls" that Jennifer Aniston is producing for DreamWorks Pictures.