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Justin Cronin’s The Passage Gets Screenwriter
Vampires are invading the theaters once again, but these fangsters don’t sparkle and any girl who tries to find true love with one of them is probably in for a nasty surprise.
The latest from THR reveals that screenwriter Jason Keller has signed on with director Matt Reeves to bring the adaptation of Justin Cronin’s The Passage to the big screen. John Logan wrote the original draft when Ridley Scott was set to direct the film.
Cronin’s novel, which is planned to be the first of a trilogy, revolves around a girl that has the uncomfortable destiny of being mankind’s only hope. The story takes place 100 years in the future, when the government once again messes with things they shouldn’t and unwittingly unleashes a vampire plague that wipes out most of the population.
Before The Passage came his way, Keller kept himself busy with the screenplay for Marc Forster’s Machine Gun Preacher and also co-wrote Relativity Media’s untitled Snow White project; the one with Julia Roberts and Lily Collins, just so you don’t get it confused with that other Snow White film in the works. Keller also has his screenplay for Go Like Hell in development at Fox with Michael Mann on board to direct.
You can find out more about Cronin’s novel by checking out our review of the book.