Elijah Wood’s genre-driven SpectreVision, the company behind films such as Mandy, Cooties, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night and most recently, Daniel Isn't Real, has just signed an exclusive first-look deal with Legendary Television Studios, Deadline reports.
As part of the multi-year pact, the company consisting of Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah, Josh C. Waller and Lisa Whalen "will develop scripted series content with a focus on distinctive genre concepts from dynamic storytellers." Deadline also notes, "As part of the deal, Claire Bargout joins SpectreVision as Director of Development for scripted series."
"SpectreVision has proven itself an exemplary leader in the indie genre space, creating unique entertainment that truly captivates audiences," said Nick Pepper, President of Legendary Television Studios. "We are thrilled to be partnering with them and look forward to developing future projects together."
"We’ve found kindred spirits in the visionary folks at Legendary, and we’re excited to create vital and ambitious television in the genre space," said Wood, Creative Director.