In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, DreamWorks is going to make a film about Musunahi. This is the web site otherwise known as the Museum of SuperNatural History, and the studio is going to make a film about it.

Musunahi curator, Ernest Lupinacci, sees his creation as a "transmedia brand" that is designed to "be to the paranormal world what National Geographic is to the real world." He is going to executive produce this project.

DreamWorks is presently talking to writers about how best to turn the material into a screenplay. The plan is that it will center on the curator of a covert organization known as the Museum of SuperNatural History. He must seek out and protect the world's best-kept secrets.

"The inherent drama, action and adventure of that mission -- especially from a storytelling point of view -- is that every time we shatter or even question an accepted belief, we have the potential to answer the eternal question, why are we here?" Lupinacci stated.

"On any given day, another ancient temple is uncovered by Google Earth and NASA telescopes come closer to finding intelligent life in the galaxy," Lupinacci added. "Science is on the verge of cloning extinct creatures, and man and machine are approaching the so-called singularity. These sorts of things all contribute to the enduring fascination and universal appeal of this subject matter. The supernatural is ultimately 'the make-believe you can believe in.' "