The new deal moves the project from Warner Bros., where it was in development by Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment beginning in 2008. The last news of that adaptation was a script written by Rob Edwards in 2011 (see “'Amulet' Movie Gets Writer”).
For Feature Film Development
Posted by Adrian Sullivan on November 10, 2015 @ 11:55 am CT
Deadline. The film rights to the best-selling young adult graphic novel series have been picked up by 20th Century Fox working in partnership with Temple Hill Entertainment, which produced the Twilight series. Top 10 Kids/Tweens GN Franchises-Spring 2015"), winning the American Library Association's award for Best Book for Young Adults and selling more than 2 million copies worldwide. The seventh book in the series is due in February 2016.