Koepp Sells "Ghost Town" to DreamWorks

by | March 4, 2005 | Comments

One of Hollywood’s most talented (and well-paid) screenwriters, David Koepp, will pen the romantic comedy "Ghost Town" for his old pal Steven Spielberg and the DreamWorks gang, Variety reports. The popular screenwriter is known for a series of blockbuster hits, most notably "Jurassic Park," "Mission: Impossible," "Panic Room," "Spider-Man," and the upcoming "War of the Worlds." Mr. Koepp will collaborate with old writing partner John Kamps ("The Borrowers").

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