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'Fringe' scribes tackle 'Ghost' for TV
Paramount's newly relaunched TV division is mining the studio's library to attempt to bring the 1990 smash "Ghost" to the small screen.
The Oscar-winning blockbuster, which has also been turned into a musical, will be adapted for TV by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner, according to Deadline.com. Goldsman and Pinkner previously worked together on FOX's "Fringe."
It's unclear how they're going to tackle the story of a newly minted ghost (Patrick Swayze in the movie) who works with a medium (Whoopi Goldberg in the movie) and his fiancee (Demi Moore) to help solve his murder.
Paramount TV previously attempted to work with Sony TV on CBS' "Beverly Hills Cop" pilot, which didn't go to series.