At this point in time, that is more or less all that we know, except that it's received a budget of $15m.
A boy finds a book with blank pages and discovers that each time he writes a name on a page, that person dies. Japanese manga.
I can't even find a website for Wonder Works Films, other than similarly named companies (a family movie subsidiary of Disney, and a conglomerate of Bollywood stars constituting the other two). Clicking on the IMDb link to discover more about this particular Wonder Works Films produces a huge quantity of other movies, but most are at the pre-production stage too.
Checking out the LinkedIn pages for both Yossi Bechor (aka Joseph Bechor) and Julie Paupe demonstrates a long list of experience in script-writing and other movie involvement. Yet you check out Yossi's Twitter account, and it reads like a twelve year old troll.
Moreover, Yossi claims to have recently been named 'The Most Unlikely Movie Mogul by The Hollywood Reporter'. A hunt for that article reveals that he really wasn't. That accolade was bestowed upon producer Avi Lerner. Unless that's another pseudonym.
In fact, a search on the Hollywood Reporter site for either Yossi Bechor or Joseph Bechor brings up absolutely nothing at all.
At this moment in time, all instinct is ringing 'elaborate troll'. But if it isn't, then great! Anyone else got any thoughts on this?