This was in the Hollywood Reporter this week. The "Clare Sera" mentioned at the bottom is one of our Act One alumns.
Director Karey Kirkpatrick (Over The Hedge, The Spiderwick Chronicles) has
inked a two-year, first look deal with Nickelodeon Movies and MTV Films,
under his new production company, Blue Shirt Productions, per Variety. The
deal includes live-action family centric movies, as Kirkpatrick's exclusive
animation pact with DreamWorks remains in tact. His first project under the
deal is Captain Abdul's Pirate School, an adaptation of author Colin
McNaughton's book of the same name. He co-wrote the script with Chris Poche
and Clare Sera.