Jurassic World Director Colin Trevorrow teams up with writer and co-executive producer Charmaine DeGraté on HBO’s House of Dragons , travel to Atlantis for Skydance.
Skydance has struck a deal with Trevorrow to direct and produce a film called Atlantis, DeGraté will write the script .
Trevorrow, through his Metronome Films, will produce Skydance with David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger.
Atlantis was previously developed at Universal, directed and developed by Trevorrow. Universal turned the project back to Trevorrow, and Skydance jumped at the chance to get the feature. A previous script draft was developed by Universal Pictures by Dante Harper, who worked on 2017 Alien: Covenant Harper)*).
DeGraté and Trevorrow have reimagined the project, although it is still a fantasy adventure based on a fabled advanced civilization, due to the elements, ancient gods or The hubris of men.
Thanks to his hit TV work, DeGraté has become one of the town’s rising writers. She is the writer and co-executive producer of House of the Dragon , which just won a Golden Globe for Best Drama, Drama, and a co-producer Executive producer of Amazon’s upcoming rock band drama Daisy Jones & the Six , starring Riley Keough, which premieres in March. She also wrote and co-executive-produced the upcoming Star Wars series from Leslye Headland, The Acolyte . This is her first feature film project.
Trevorrow directed last year’s Jurassic World Dominion, the third Jurassic World franchise. The movie grossed over $1 billion. He also directed the first Jurassic World , which was for 21
Trevorrow is represented by WME, Lev Ginsburg in Ginsburg Kallis. DeGraté is represented by UTA, Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment and Hansen Jacobson.