Aaron and Jordan Kandell , the an identical twin brother screenwriters and producers, have signed with Range Media companions.
Operating by means of the banner Twin Ink, their earlier credit embody Disney’s award successful animated movie “Moana” and the 2018 function “Adrift,” starring Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin — serving to the duo set up a fame for world-building round initiatives impressed by true tales and four-quadrant household fare.
“Institutions do not matter, relationships do, and for the previous decade now we have fashioned an unbreakable bond with Tanya Cohen, a tireless cheerleader and champion who we are going to comply with to the ends of the earth,” the brothers instructed Variety, referencing the previous WME accomplice who just lately moved to Range. “Fortunately this transfer solely required crossing Wilshire. We are honored to be a humble drop within the sea of expertise Range Media Partners represents, and excited to hitch a household of fierce and fearless advocates. Without Rich Cook our movie ‘Adrift’ wouldn’t have been made. We are thrilled to reunite with him and set out on thrilling new voyages with the remainder of the unimaginable RMP workforce.”
In addition to Range, the Kandells are represented by legal professional Leslie Abell.
Twin Ink has quite a few notable upcoming initiatives, together with scripts for: “Supernormal,” a Netflix comedy starring Josh Gad, Luke Evans, and Daisy Ridley from Dan Lin’s Rideback; “Sidekicks,” a reimagining of basic fairy tales by means of the eyes of the heroes’ under-appreciated helpers, for Paramount and Chernin; and “Stranded,” a real canine story that is pitched as “Castaway” meets “The Black Stallion”. They are additionally hooked up to supply “Conviction,” from author Chris Ok Bright which Malpaso Productions is making for Warner Bros.
In the TV area, they’re creators on “Swift Harding,” an authentic household journey sequence mixing parts of “Romancing the Stone” and “The Parent Trap, with Chris Columbus hooked up to direct. They’ve additionally obtained “Capitol,” a restricted sequence centered on the Congressional Page Cocaine Scandal of the early ’80s, from director Peter Farrelly, and an untitled venture in regards to the rise, fall, and way forward for considered one of America’s biggest dynasties.
Range Media Partners was based in September 2020 by Dave Bugliari, Mackenzie Condon Roussos, Rich Cook, Michael Cooper, Susie Fox, Matt Graham, Sandra Kang, Rachel Kropa, Chelsea McKinnies, Peter Micelli, Mick Sullivan, Byron Wetzel, and Jack Whigham.
A collective of leaders within the leisure and enterprise industries, Range Media Partners manages clientele spanning movie, tv, music, literary, and activism, with a watch towards the evolving media panorama.