Federico D'Alessandro is a leading storyboard artist and animatics supervisor over at Marvel, having worked on practically all their films since "Thor" through to the upcoming "The Avengers: The Age of Ultron". He also worked on the most recent two "Chronicles of Narnia" films.
Now, D’Alessandro is in talks to direct the $6 million-budget creature feature "Lockdown at Franklin High" at Sony Pictures, Platinum Dunes and Benderspink.
Joe Ballarini and Gregg Bishop penned the script about a brother-and-sister duo that get stuck in a lockdown in their high school while a monster stalks the halls.
Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, Andrew Form, J.C. Spink and Chris Bender will produce with filming aiming to begin in the first quarter of next year.
Source: Heat Vision