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Ian Shorr Signs With WME

Ian Shorr Signs With WME

Writer Ian Shorr has signed with WME for representation in all areas.

Shorr is currently adapting the Korean film Time to Hunt for Netflix, with 42 producing. The original Korean language movie has three outlaws plotting a money heist to leave their dystopian world behind for a faraway paradise, only to draw the attention of a vicious killer.

Shorr penned the 2021 film Infinite, a sci-fi thriller that was directed by Antoine Fuqua, with Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor starring in the drama about a confused man discovering his schizophrenic visions are actually memories from past lives just in time to save humanity.

He also sold his sci-fi thriller spec script for Capsule to 20th Century Fox, with Hutch Parker (The Wolverine) producing.  Capsule followed a young man whose life is upturned when he begins to receive metallic capsules containing messages from his future self.

His other projects include selling the horror spec script for 10-31 to Orion, while also writing the spec script for Cristo, a futuristic original take on The Count of Monte Cristo classic novel, which was sold and set up at Warner Bros. 

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The veteran screenwriter’s other credits include Splinter, Always Watching and Rigged. On the TV side, Shorr was a staff writer on Training Day for CBS and Fox’s Deputy.

Shorr is managed by John Zaozirny at Bellevue Productions. His lawyer is Ryan Pastorek at Hansen Jacobsen.

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