CULVER CITY, Calif., March 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Andrew Kortschak and his production company, End Cue, have acquired Bubbles, Isaac Adamson's original screenplay about Michael Jackson told from his chimp Bubble's perspective.
The film will be produced by End Cue along with Dan Harmon and his Starburns Industries. The film will be made using stop-motion animation, in the vein of Starburns' 2015 Oscar-nominated film Anomalisa.
Adamson's original spec script topped the 2015 Black List. Bubbles was a frequent companion to the iconic singer in the 1980s, even joining Jackson on the Bad World Tour in Japan.
Adamson and Lee Stobby will executive produce along with Harmon and Kortschak as producers. CAA will represent the distribution rights for the film.
Harmon and Starburns Industries are repped by CAA, and Adamson is represented by CAA and manager Lee Stobby.
About End Cue
End Cue is a film production company located in Culver City, California. End Cue develops, produces and finances disruptive and responsible content across multiple creative categories, including animation, long form narrative, documentary and television. End Cue's films include Moonfall, a sci-fi script written by David Weil and produced by Andrew Kortschak and Ram Bergman (Star Wars, Looper) and the untitled Urban Explorers feature film, a young adult adventure written by Jon Watts (Spider-Man, Cop Car) and Chris Ford (Cop Car). End Cue has produced the Sundance-selected film, Cop Car, (2015) acquired by Focus World; the Festival de Cannes film, Mediterranea, (2015); the Tribeca Film Festival selection, The Benefactor (2015) acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films; the SXSW Award winning documentary, Print the Legend, (2014) acquired by Netflix; and Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia, (2013). End Cue was founded by Andrew and Walter Kortschak. For more information, visit http://www.endcue.com.
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