Logan Director James Mangold to Adapt Kids Book Crenshaw
Logan director James Mangold has added to his slate of future projects an adaptation of the children’s book Crenshaw. Mangold is also attached to Sony’s remake of the French film Disorder, and has talked about his plans for a movie centered on X-23, the young clone girl befriended by Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in Logan.
Written by Newbery-award winner Katherine Applegate, Crenshaw tells the story of a young boy named Jackson and his imaginary friend – a giant cat named Crenshaw – who comes back into Jackson’s life to help him deal with his family’s hard times. Sony is setting up a live-action adaptation of the book, ...
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