WB Throws Lonely Dog a Bone

A series of paintings featuring a lonesome-looking pooch have inspired a new CG-animated movie in development at Warner Bros. Variety reports that the rights to Queenstown artist Ivan Clarke’s limited-edition book The Lonely Dog have been snapped by the studio, thanks to a connection to Richard Taylor, co-founder of New Zealand’s Weta Workshop, who won five Oscars for The Lord of the Rings trilogy and King Kong. Hollywood go-to scribe Akiva Goldsman (The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons) and Kerry Foster are attached as producers.

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