Back when I was in high school, the main things I worried about were getting laid and ditching class without getting caught. Sometimes the two went hand-in-hand. However, if supernatural beasties were running amok, I may just have spent a bit more time in that godforsaken environment.
According to Deadline, Federico D’Alessandro is in early talks to write and direct Lockdown at Franklin High for Sony Pictures. The microbudget film will be based on a script Sony acquired last year by Dance of the Dead scribes Gregg Bishop and Joe Ballarini.
Lockdown at Franklin High tells the story of a group of disparate high school kids who must band together and save themselves from a supernatural creature during a school lockdown.
It’s a Benderspink and Platinum Dunes production. Jonathan Kadin is overseeing with Hannah Minghella. D’Alessandro is repped by Storyboards and Oasis Media Group.
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