Ron Howard set to direct David Guggenheim’s superhero drama 364
While his mammoth undertaking of The Dark Tower is stuck in development hell, Ron Howard has picked up a new project in the form of superhero drama 364.
Written by Safe House scribe David Guggenheim, 364 is set in a world where super powers are dished out for one day a year - the number of the title refers to the days a normal guy spends thinking about what he's going to do with those abilities.
Universal pre-emptively bought the script based on a pitch from former US Weekly editor Guggenheim.
Guggenheim's Safe House that stars Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington just wrapped and is set for a February 24 2012 release here in the UK and also stars Vera Farmiga, Robert Patrick, Brendan Gleeson, Liam Cunningham and Sam Shepard.