‘King’s Speech’ Writer David Seidler Lines Up Two More Projects

The Academy Award-winning screenwriter is working on a family drama and a World War II movie

Academy Award-winning screenwriter David Seidler apparently has his next to projects lined up.

"The King's Speech" writer is rewriting "The Judge," a family drama for Warner Bros, TheWrap has confirmed.

He also is working with writer Luca Manzi on Kennedy/Marshall Co. and RT Features "Games of 1940," a true story about a group of international POWs who hold their own Olympics while in a Nazi prison camp.

Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey are producing "The Judge. David Dobkin is producing and directing the movie about a lawyer who, while visiting his family for his mother's funeral, finds out that his father, who has Alzheimer's Disease, is suspected of murder.

Deadline first reported about "Games of 1940."

Variety initially reported about "The Judge."