Two years after leaving top U.K. indie Big Talk, “Baby Driver” producer Nira Park and director Edgar Wright have teamed with two of their long-term collaborators, writer-director Joe Cornish and producer Rachael Prior, to launch new production company Complete Fiction.
Based in both London and Los Angeles, the new company will operate across film and television and is already working with Netflix to develop three new series under the Complete Fiction banner.
The first is “Lockwood & Co,” a supernatural action-adventure detective series, based on the novels by Jonathan Stroud. The series will be helmed and executive produced by Cornish.
Also with Netflix, the company has optioned the sci-fi horror trilogy “The Murders of Molly Southbourne” from novelist Tade Thompson and historical Middle-Eastern set fantasy series “The City of Brass” from author S.A. Chakraborty.
Complete Fiction, which is independent, has a development deal with Netflix for the aforementioned projects plus one other that is still under wraps. The business also has a number of ongoing feature developments with long-term producing partners Working Title.
I am game for literally anything this group has made and produced thus far, so it should not come as a surprise that I am excited to read this news.
Now, I go back to waiting for Last Night in SoHo.