News Bits: Bone, Max, Peyton, Move, CSI

Bone Tomahawk
RLJ Entertainment has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to the Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson and Matthew Fox-led western “Bone Tomahawk” which will premiere at Fantastic Fest next month.

S. Craig Zahler helmed the project about an unlikely team of gunslingers who set out to bring a group of settlers home after they’re kidnapped by ruthless cannibal savages. [Source: THR]

Mad Max: The Wastelands
Though there’s demand for it, talk of a sequel to “Mad Max: Fury Road” remains premature at this point it would seem. Though having already scored a rumored title – “Mad Max: The Wasteland” – “Fury Road” star Charlize Theron did not seem to know anything about another ‘Max’ film when asked about it this week.

Speaking with USA Today, Theron says: “What’s Wasteland? This is all news to me. I have not heard anything like that.”

Untitled Brad Peyton Project
Brad Peyton (“San Andreas”) has signed on to helm a high-concept action-adventure film about a military team for Sony Pictures. Neal H. Moritz and Ori Marmur will produce.

Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (“Iron Man”) penned the screenplay, though plot specifics are being kept under wraps. [Source: Heat Vision]

Wrong Move
Good Universe has optioned the film rights to the thriller “Wrong Move,” a Christopher Kyle-penned adaptation of Jonathan Stone’s bestselling 2014 novel “Moving Day”. Nick Wechsler, Steve Schwartz and Paula Mae Schwartz will produce.

The story centers on a tough WW2 survivor who has become a successful U.S. businessman. But when he and his wife fall victim to a shocking crime, he must summon his original grit to restore the life he made for himself. [Source: Deadline]

CBS’ long-running original “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” is going out with a telemovie with many of the original cast members returning. Today, former co-star Marg Helgenberger posted a photo from the set of five of the key original cast members including herself, William Petersen, Paul Guilfoyle, Jorja Fox and Eric Szmanda.