Director McG is in negotiations to take the helm of Sony Pictures' long-gestating Masters of the Universe reboot.
McG has signed on to direct the pilot episode for ABC Family's The Mortal Instruments TV series entitled Shadowhunters.
Hyde Park Entertainment and WWE Studios are behind this remake of the 1980s TV series about a Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a bounty hunter.
This action-thriller centers on a submarine captain who must work with a Navy SEAL team to rescue the Russian president.
Kevin Costner and Hailee Steinfeld also star in McG's action-thriller about a Secret Service agent who takes on one last assignment.
A dying secret service agent attempts to take on one last mission while reconnecting with his estranged daughter in this Luc Besson produced project.
The project will be an adaptation of Gitty Danveshari's children's book series about a secret school that helps kids conquer their fears.
Andrew Barrer and Gabe Ferrari are writing the screenplay based on the legendary establishment that serves as a private club for magicians.
David Guggenheim wrote this drama about a young man who breaks into a police station to steal evidence.
Stars Jackson Rathbone, Aimee Teegarden, Greg Germann, and executive producer McG discuss this upcoming web series about a highly-trained teenage assassin.
McG is behind this new high school set web series, premiering October 11th on Cambio and Facebook.
The Closer will be spun off into a new series entitled Major Crimes, while Conan O'Brien will take his late-night show on the road next year.
Tron: Legacy writers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis wrote the original draft of Platinum Dunes' board game adaptation, which McG will direct.
McG will produce this ensemble romantic comedy about how social networking has changed the face of romantic relationships.
David Callaham wrote the script for McG to produce and possibly direct through his Wonderland Sound and Vision company.
NBC picked up David E. Kelley's new pilot earlier this week which brings the beloved superhero character back to the small screen.
The director beat out The Crazies director Breck Eisner for the Platinum Dunes board-game project.