April 11, 2016 | Kalispell, MT

 

Oz-Wonderland Movie Searches For New Producer

Trevor R. Browning is Dismissed From Movie Project


   Fantasy Author Ron Glick and Producer Trevor R. Browning partnered in January, 2016 to adapt Glick's popular Oz-Wonderland series into a live action film.  However, due to unforeseen communication issues, Browning has been dismissed, leaving the position of producer open for the project.

    Glick launched the Oz-Wonderland series in 2013 when a friend's daughter confused the names of “The Wizard of Oz” and “Alice In Wonderland”, creating the unique amalgam of “The Wizard In Wonderland”. What started out as a side project as a favor has grown into a popular ongoing series that has recently celebrated the fourth novel of the series' release on January 1, 2016 – “The Marvelous Neverland of Oz”.   After a promising partnership with Trevor R. Browning, the series was slated for a successful adaptation to film in 2016 to be released in 2017.  

 

    "It is disappointing to lose someone like Trevor, who had such a zeal for the movie's premise," says Glick.  "I hope we can find someone as equally devoted to the project as quickly as possible, but Trevor's faith in the project will certainly be sorely missed."

 

    With Browning's withdrawal, it leaves the project without a production plan, which could potentially delay the release of the movie.  The Oz-Wonderland movie will continue to seek out a new producer as quickly as possible to avoid this kind of delay .

 

      Ron Glick is a self-professed geek and an incredibly diverse fantasy author, having scribed The Godslayer Cycle and Chaos Rising epic fantasy series besides the Oz-Wonderland series itself. 

 

 

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January 23, 2016 | Kalispell, MT

 

Ron Glick and Trevor R. Browning Partner
For The Wizard In Wonderland Live Action Movie

First Installment In the Oz-Wonderland Series to be Released in 2017


   Fantasy Author Ron Glick and Producer Trevor R. Browning are partnering to develop and produce an original adaptation of Glick's novel, The Wizard In Wonderland, the first installment in the Oz-Wonderland series, a property founded faithfully on the original classics created by Louis Carroll and L. Frank Baum. This announcement marks the launch of a rich franchise that draws upon over a century of classical literature and extremely popular characters.

    Glick launched the Oz-Wonderland series in 2013 when a friend's daughter confused the names of “The Wizard of Oz” and “Alice In Wonderland”, creating the unique amalgam of “The Wizard In Wonderland”. What started out as a side project as a favor has grown into a popular ongoing series that has recently celebrated the fourth novel of the series' release on January 1, 2016 – “The Marvelous Neverland of Oz”.

 

    In "The Wizard In Wonderland", Oz the Great and Powerful goes missing and Dorothy Gale sets out to find him, only to end up transported into the past to meet Alice Liddell in Oxford, England. Meanwhile, the Wicked Witches are back in Oz, and Wonderland has fallen into a civil war. With the heroines getting misplaced in each others' own fantastic lands, they each begin to unravel clues that the worlds which should be strange and new may very well hold more in common than either could imagine.

 

    Wonderland and Oz both have incredibly devoted fanbases already established – possibly the two oldest groups of fantasy fans in existence. This preexisting popularity primes “The Wizard In Wonderland” for a big screen success. By bringing together the original characters from Oz and Wonderland precisely as envisioned by their creators, Glick and Browning are prepared to capitalize on a movie that unites these concepts for the first time in a single motion picture.

The Wizard In Wonderland is scheduled to begin filming in the summer of 2016, with a release date scheduled for 2017. Glick and Browning will be seeking to fund the project through the crowdfunding site, Indiegogo.com, and private investors.

 

      Ron Glick is a self-professed geek and an incredibly diverse fantasy author, having scribed The Godslayer Cycle and Chaos Rising epic fantasy series besides the Oz-Wonderland series itself.

 

      Trevor R. Browning is a rising star as a movie producer, having helped produce such films as “Something Happens Here” (2015) and, most recently serving as Associate Producer on the sci-fi short film, “Last Man on Earth”.

 

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