Barbara Marshall’s “Wish Upon”

Barbara Marshall’s “Wish Upon” earned a spot on the prestigious 2015 Black List on Monday December 14th, 2015. The annual list features  eighty-one (81) of Hollywood’s best unproduced film scripts. Nominees  were selected for inclusion the this year’s listing by top Hollywood executives.

The synopsis to the horror thriller, “Wish Upon” is as follows:

“When Claire, a 16-year-old misfit, finds a magic box that promises a chance at the life she has always wanted, she never could have guessed that each wish would demand a deadly payment..”

This year’s winners were announced via YouTube videos. Check out the video below for the presentation to Barbara Marshall‘s “Wish Upon”. Congratulations to Barbara Marshall on her winning entry.

“Wish Upon” All Female Horror Production Crew

News has surfaced courtesy from The that Catherine Hardwicke will be joining an all female horror thriller film production. Catherine Hardwicke, is most notable for her horror, fantasy directorial credits; “Twilight” (2008) and “Red Riding Hood” (2011).

The upcoming horror, thriller “Wish Upon” will also feature  Sherryl Clark as producer. Many may recall Clarks’ production work on the found footage creature horror film “Cloverfield (2008)”.  Catherine Hardwicke and Sherryl Clark had previously worked together. The film thy collaborated on was the thriller, “Plush” (2013). Lauren McCarthy of Broad Green Pictures will oversee the development of “Wish Upon”.

Currently, Barbara Marshall‘s “Wish Upon” is in pre-production. No release date has been set for the film and casting is probably in the works at the moment. Additional news on this upcoming horror, thriller feature (and all female production) will be posted as it develops. Stay tuned to

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