'Tomb' to be opened by Summit

McNary, Dave
March 2008
Daily Variety;3/28/2008, Vol. 298 Issue 58, p5
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The article reports that Summit Entertainment will release the motion picture "The Tomb," buying the script of Miles Chapman and signing Jeff Wadlow to direct. The project marks Wadlow's second collaboration wit Summit after "Never Back Down." Erik Feig, Summit president of production, said he is hopeful that "The Tomb" can serve as a franchise starter.


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