DreamWorks and Fox Are Off to Alaska to Howl
Television executives have learned one thing over the last several years -- pretty teenagers plus supernatural beings equals ratings! So now that The Twilight Saga has given us the Chippendale equivalent of werewolves on the big screen, Fox and DreamWorks have partnered to bring some of that lycanthropic magic home!
Variety reports that the Fox network is looking to get back into the werewolf business by developing "Howl" from DreamWorks TV.
"Howl" is being written by Joshua Miller and M.A. Fortin. It's being described as an epic family saga about warring families of werewolves in a small Alaskan town.
"Alaska is a place where people disappearm and now you know why," Miller tells Variety. "The script reflects the changes that are going on in the country, and metamorphosis and constant change is the basis of werewolf mythology. 'Howl' is about the psychology of living with change."
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