Currently, Peck is producing the movie CARNIVAL with Anonymous Content (SPOTLIGHT, REVENANT) and Voltage Pictures (DALLAS BUYERS CLUB), directed by Robert Stromberg (MALEFICENT), based on another original script he developed with a first-time writer that was subsequently signed by CAA and named to this year’s prestigious “BlackList” of Hollywood’s best screenplays.
An inner-city teenager gets in trouble at school and is forced to serve detention in the ballroom dance club. To his surprise he discovers that he loves to dance, but he must overcome a family tragedy and the ridicule of his friends before he can bring the rhythms of the street into the ballroom and express his own unique style. (It's like a Latino BILLY ELLIOT, set in high school.)
Two overzealous female FBI agents go undercover — as men! — in order to bring down a male-dominated domestic militia group, and in the process discover more about their true selves than they ever imagined. Female-driven "switch” comedy. (“If the BROAD CITY gals were in the FBI…”)
Crippled by an accident and stranded in the harsh Australian desert, a resourceful American engineer and his physically-disabled cousin must travel 120 miles to safety using only her electric wheelchair.
EVERY DAY IS TUESDAY (TV)
Peck is also currently Executive Producing the Network television comedy at NBC, “Every Day is Tuesday,” along with Chernin Entertainment and superstar athlete, Shaquille O’Neal, based on the ESPN magazine cover article of the same name.
A journeyman pro wrestler accustomed to playing the role of set-up man must overcome his fear of the spotlight when he suddenly becomes champion after accidentally pinning the reigning champ during what was supposed to be a routine title defense.
Set in today's New York City, Chinese restaurant-owner Lau Dai Yang's eldest son is murdered while delivering a take-out order. Heartbroken, desperate and frantic, Lau searches for justice from an indifferent system that he's only partially legally a part of. Lau takes matters into his own hands, determined to seek justice or revenge, whichever comes first. The screenplay is adapted from Ho's novel of the same name. Inspired by true events. The screenplay was selected for the 2014 Sundance Screenwriters Lab.
Based on a true story, a group of WWII veterans decide to sail their former ship, an LST (Landing Ship Tank), home to America in order to turn it into a memorial. They get permission from the US Congress; however, when they arrive in Greece where the ship has been kept all these years, they find the LST in disrepair. The old men have to work through their personal differences in order to fix the ship, and bring it home.
THE LAST HORSEMEN OF STRAWBERRY MANSION
An African American teenage boy moves to a dangerous Philadelphia neighborhood where he finds safe haven and friendship in a unique urban horse riding community — whose survival is threatened by gang violence and callous real estate developers. The stables’ caretaker mentors the boy, and trains him for a high stakes race that offers a last shot to save their land and their way of life. Inspired by true events.
Inspired by Aristophanes' Greek comedy 'Lysistrata', this musical update centers on a squad of high school cheerleaders rooting for their boyfriends on the basketball team.