Movie Adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s ‘Hunter’s Run’ in Growth

A George R.R. Martin undertaking is coming to the massive display screen, however this time it received’t be a Recreation of Thrones title. Exile Content Studio has secured movie rights to Martin’s sci-fi novel “Hunter’s Run,” co-penned by Gardner Dozois and Daniel Abraham (The Expanse). Mark Raso will direct a script co-penned by himself and brother Joseph Raso, who teamed on the movie Awake.

“Hunter’s Run” includes a Latino lead, a pure undertaking for Exile Content material, which produces content material in each English and Spanish. The movie follows Ramón Espejo, a day laborer on a distant planet who discovers a lethal alien race whereas escaping from homicide fees. To outlive, Ramón should evade all events, together with his personal private demons.

Said Martin to Selection, “I’m so happy that after nearly 16 years, ‘Hunter’s Run’ will probably be made into a movie. I’m bursting with pleasure for the wealthy sci-fi universe I helped create with my pricey pals Daniel and Gardner to exist past the pages of our e-book.”

“I first met George when he confirmed my movie ‘Copenhagen’ at his Jean-Cocteau cinema in Santa Fe and amongst different issues we mentioned a novel he had written that had nice potential as a movie,” Raso added. “I’m thrilled that from that small dialog we’re at a degree the place we’re realizing a each visually and narratively modern sci-fi journey.”

“’Hunter’s Run’ is an unimaginable sci-fi epic that can enchantment to world audiences, and is an unimaginable alternative to construct a tentpole franchise round a deeply complicated Latino protagonist. We’re so proud that Exile will help convey this wonderful story to the massive display screen and past,” stated Exile head of studio, Nando Vila.

The Raso brothers will govt produce alongside Martin and Vince Gerardis (Recreation of Thrones, Home of the Dragon). No phrase but on when manufacturing will start or who will deal with the otherworldly VFX.

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