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Neal Moritz to Turn Sleeping Beauty Into Stalker in New Film Adaptation

July 17, 2012 (6:45 am) GMT
The '21 Jump Street' producer is developing a comedic take on the classic Brother Grimm tale in which the titular princess will be turned into a 'pesky stalker.'
Neal Moritz to Turn Sleeping Beauty Into Stalker in New Film Adaptation

Another classic fairytale is about to get a new big screen treatment. It has been reported that "" producer Neal Moritz is developing a new take on the Sleeping Beauty tale.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Moritz's "" will not present the titular character as a charming princess. Instead, it will see the slumbering sweetie as a "pesky stalker."

The new version of the fabled Brothers Grimm story is designed as a "modern-day retelling" in which the male lead character accidentally awakens the princess and finds himself getting stalked by the lovestruck heroine. The script is written by Mike Gagerman and Andrew Waller.

Moritz will produce the comedy version of "Sleeping Beauty" through his Original Film banner, which has its deal at Sony Pictures. Nonetheless, the new project still hasn't been set up at the studio and is developed internally.

Before producing "Sleeping Beauty", Moritz was relatively known for his works in action movies such as the "" series. He additionally produces such upcoming films as "", "Jack the Giant Killer" and "".

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