Talk about writing to fit a small budget; Variety reports that newbie scribes Sean Wathen and Josh Dobkin just sold their first script to Stone Village. The film is called The Field and is set in an endless field where a group of strangers wake up with seemingly random items scattered about. They’re then tasked with finding a way out of the field.
Between The Wolfman, Underworld 3 and now Lobo, it’s positively a lycanthropic revolution in horror these days. Variety learned this morning of Lobo, a new acquisition from Stone Village (Love in the Time of Cholera, The Master and Margarita. The spec script is about a colony of nearly extinct werewolves in Brazil.
How much this will appeal to horror fans is really up to their level of patience, I think, and how the film is going to be pulled off, but The Hollywood Reporter learned this morning that Stone Village Pictures and producer Scott Steindroff are bringing Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master & Margarita to the big screen.