Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Museum is Open to Wonders

A neat little blog I've never heard of called, The Museum of Supernatural History, has been optioned by Dreamworks for a feature film.

It's all in this piece by The Hollywood Reporter, brought to our attention by friend of the blog, MT. Producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald say the story would "center on the curator of a covert organization known as the Museum of SuperNatural History who must seek out and protect the world's best-kept secrets."

Sounds a bit like the comic book Planetary mixed with Syfy's Warehouse 13. Parkes and MacDonald produced the Men in Black movies, the Antonio Banderas Zorro films, the American remake of The Ring and Sweeney Todd, so it should be fun.

Congrats to the current curator of the museum, blogger Ernest Lupinacci!

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