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Seth Gordon Takes Lewis Carroll Biopic Queen of Hearts

Source:   Deadline
February 5, 2014


Just one day after word broke that he'll be taking on the big screen version of the video game franchise Uncharted comes word, via Deadline, that Horrible Bosses and Identity Thief helmer Seth Gordon will direct the Lewis Carroll biopic Queen of Hearts for OddLot Entertainment.

The script for the film, written by Stephanie Shannon, made the 2013 Black List with the following official logline:

Oxford instructor Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) tells stories to the dean's daughter, Alice, and her sisters, while falling in love with the dean's wife.

OddLot is producing alongside Gordonís manager David McIlvain and the Brillstein Entertainment Group. The trade notes that Queen of Hearts is likely to go into production sometime after Gordon's work on Uncharted is completed.

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