Dungeons & Dragons is getting second chance at big screen glory.
Rights for the enduringly popular role-playing game have been acquired Warner Bros., Deadline reported on Tuesday. The studio is already developing a feature film adaptation of the game, which will be produced by Roy Lee (How to Train Your Dragon) and Courtney Soloman (An American Haunting). Set to write the script is David Leslie Johnson, whom Deadline describes as a protoge of Oscar-nominated filmmaker Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile). READ FULL STORY »