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Doug Liman developing Jumper TV sequel for YouTube Red : flickeringmyth





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Doug Liman developing Jumper TV sequel for YouTube Red

Doug Liman developing Jumper TV sequel for YouTube Red
Doug Liman developing Jumper TV sequel for YouTube Red
The Wrap is reporting that Doug Liman is returning to the world of Jumper for a 60-minute pilot for YouTube Red, which will be based upon Impulse, the third novel in Steven Gould's book series.Liman will direct the pilot, as well as executive producing, with Jeffrey Lieber (Lost) penning the script.Impulse follows "a rebellious 16-year-old girl, who has always felt different from her peers and has longed to escape from her seemingly quaint small town.
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YouTube Red Orders Drama Pilot From Doug Liman

YouTube Red Orders Drama Pilot From Doug Liman
YouTube Red Orders Drama Pilot From Doug Liman
YouTube's new subscription service YouTube Red is ramping up its programming slate, ordering its first drama pilot, Impulse from Doug Liman, along with a sci-fi action series from Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.The service also renewed Joey Graceffa's popular reality adventures series Escape the Night for a second season, as well as handing another season to Foursome, the sequel to Burnie Burns's Lazer Team movie, and greenlighting a season two of Scare PewDiePie.Associated PressAll were announced today at Mipcom's Media Mastermind section during a keynote by Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Content for YouTube.
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Doug Liman Is Making A Sequel To Jumper For YouTube Red

Doug Liman Is Making A Sequel To Jumper For YouTube Red
Doug Liman Is Making A Sequel To Jumper For YouTube Red
Doug Liman is maybe best-known for The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow and the forthcoming Justice League Dark, but in 2008 he helmed Jumper, about a young man whose teleportation abilities make him a target for religious extremists.The story was intriguing, and though the film got mixed reviews, Liman's going to tackle the sequel.But it won't be a big-screen feature, and it won't star Hayden Christensen, the erstwhile Anakin Skywalker whose action-movie career was the biggest casualty of those Jumper mixed reviews.
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