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Universal in Talks to Pick Up THE 39 CLUES from Turnaround; Shawn Levy No Longer Attached to Direct

collider.com – The feature film adaptation of the adventure novel series The 39 Clues continues to linger in development. The Scholastic book series was initially picked up by DreamWorks as a potential directorial project for Steven Spielberg, but Brett Ratner was subsequently tapped to take the helm. Ratner’s iteration of the film never came together, and Night at the Museum helmer Shawn Levy signed on to direct earlier last year.

1 year 1 day ago via donnieyen

Will Shawn Levy Direct 'The 39 Clues' for DreamWorks?

3:32 PM 5/11/2012 by Binh Ngo
Shawn Levy
DreamWorks bought the feature rights to the 11 volume YA novels called The 39 Clues back in 2008 for Steven Spielberg to direct, but he must not be that interest in doing the movie(s) because he left the project in 2011 to work on War Horse and Lincoln.
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Shawn Levy To Direct 'The 39 Clues' For DreamWorks

Shawn Levy
deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Shawn Levy is making a deal to direct The 39 Clues, the 11-volume novel series that began to be published in 2008 by Scholastic Media. DreamWorks bought the project before the first book was published for Steven Spielberg to direct, and more recently Brett Ratner had been attached. The book is an adventure that includes cards and an online game that gives clues to a mystery with a cash prize for the kid who figures it out. 2 years 14 weeks ago via brucelee
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DreamWorks Is Still Spending -- Picks Up Roald Dahl's 'BFG'; Plows Ahead With '39 Clues'

thewrap.com – DreamWorks has picked up the movie rights to Roald Dahl's book "The BFG" for Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall to produce amid talk that the studio is clamping down on development. 2 years 47 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Brett Ratner Uncovers The 39 Clues

feeds.ign.com – X-Men: The Last Stand's Brett Ratner has reportedly signed on to direct The 39 Clues for DreamWorks and producer Steven Spielberg. 3 years 15 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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