HOUSE OF NIGHT SHADOWHUNTERS PRODUCERS ADAPTING YA VAMPIRE SAGA FOR TV

Don Carmody and David CormicanArrivals – 45th International Emmy Awards Gala, New York, USA – 20 Nov 2017Don Carmody (L) and David Cormican of Tokyo Trial arrive for the 45th International Emmy Awards Gala at the New York Hilton hotel in New York, New York, USA, 20 November 2017. (Mandatory Credit: Photo by Andrew Gombert/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock (9231851k) Advertisement ShadowHunters producers Don Carmody and David Cormican will adapt the New York Times No. 1 bestselling House of Night series, the YA vampire saga written by the mother-daughter tandem of P. C. Cast and Kristin Cast, for television. Carmody and Cormican board the project with Davis Films, according to Victor Hadida, Davis Films’ president.Hadidia said Oscar-winning producer Carmody (Chicago) and International Emmy-nominated producer Cormican (Tokyo Trial) are the ideal team to adapt the fang saga into a live-action TV series through their Don Carmody Televison, the 6-year-old shingle that most recently delivered Northern Rescue for Netflix.Carmody has considerable history with Davis, having produced both Silent Hill films, a few Resident Evil installments and most recently Lucky Day by writer-director Roger Avary. Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: Twitter read more

When it rains it pours at Smiths Memorial Primary

Teachers at the Smith’s Memorial Primary School, Hadfield Street, Georgetown, are concerned about a leaking roof at the institution, which is currently affecting the pupils as the daily downpours continue.The leaking roof went unnoticed at the school for months during the dry weather but now that the rainy season has begun, students and teachers are being forced to move around their classrooms to avoid getting wet.Head Teacher, Iyodele Hamilton explained that the Education Ministry was informed of the situation since last term and promises were made to have the issue rectified as soon as possible.According to the Head Teacher, the school was visited on Tuesday by an official who seemed as though he was assessing the situation. She, however, complained that several other parts of the building also leak whenever it rains, especially the auditorium which is generally used to facilitate formal events.“We are looking for help in that area, with immediate effect that would be good,” Hamilton pleaded. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMoE places student who beat teacher on 4-month bondJanuary 4, 2019In “Crime”Education Minister says new buildings likely for Brickdam Secondary, Buxton PrimarySeptember 3, 2016In “latest news”Mother of autistic 8-y-o alleges child abuse at the hands of teachersJuly 16, 2018In “Crime” read more