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Screenwriter Ari Eli Coleite Enters The Twilight Zone

Source:   Variety
August 23, 2013


The Twilight Zone feature film continues to swap out writers and directors. Recently, Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion) was brought in to helm the film (replacing Matt Reeves), which has been in development since 2009.

Variety now says Ari Eli Coleite is going to write. Anthony Peckham (Invictus) came before him and before Anthony, Jason Rothenberg. Rand Ravich and Joby Harold also took a crack at it as well somewhere along the way.

Coleite's credits include television shows like "The River" and "Heroes".

Leonardo Di Caprio's company, Appian Way, is still producing for Warner Bros. The film will not be an anthology - like the '80s feature - but will instead be a single story with various elements from "The Twilight Zone" series.


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