Studio has acquired a scenario application Andy Berg titled "Huck". It is based on the heroes of adventure novels by Mark Twain, but in light of the Hollywood fashion trends of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn will be shown on the other side.
The plot of the history of Berg kept a secret, but it is known that "Huck" - conversion of adventure in the spirit of Twain's characters, "Snow White and the Hunter," and Sawyer and Finn - have grown up people. It also has a place in the script mysticism.
In "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," published in 1876, the action develops in a small town in the American South before the Civil War. Tom Sawyer - energetic, witty and enterprising boy of twelve. In the first novel he has time to witness the murder and expose the murderer, engaged to a girl, a classmate, to run away from home and live on a desert island, to attend his own funeral, get lost in a cave and get out safely, and to find a precious treasure.
Sawyer became the hero of three novels of Mark Twain, and also appears in the pages of the book "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." In it Finn, along with runaway slave Jim on a raft fused to the Mississippi River. Some time later they are joined by the Duke and the King of rogues, who eventually sell Jim to slavery. Huck joined Tom Sawyer organized the release of the prisoner.
Tom and Huck have repeatedly been the heroes of the film adaptations. The first appeared in 1907, followed by screening in 1917, but both were silent. The first sound picture of Twain published in 1930, has collected 11 million dollars and was highly regarded by critics until the film came out in 1938, which was shot in color and under the guidance of producer David O. Selznick, and that is a long hedge of the filmmakers attempt to film "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer ".
Note that the classic version of Twain's books Hollywood didnâ€™t forget. Next year will be released film "Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn," where Tom played by Joel Courtney from the movie "Super 8", and Huck and Becky Thatcher - Jake T. Austin and Catherine McNamara of the melodrama "Old New Year".