Hollywood has long been a predictable place. Liked a movie? Here are its six sequels. Vampires are out? Don't worry, there are twenty werewolf movies and TV shows lurking around the corner. Faux fur application too costly? Let's resurrect the zombie genre!
Warner Brothers and Gravity screenwriter Jonas Cuaron, hot off the box office success of their recently launched Gravity (WB produced, while Cuaron penned the script), have conquered lost deep in space, so what's next? Lost deep in the sea, naturally.
Cuaron is being brought aboard the WB project The Lost City, based on the mythical underwater world of Atlantis. The film will be produced by Akiva Goldsman's WB-based Weed Road Pictures—a company that hasn't turned a profit on a film since 2008's Hancock.