James Wan To Produce, Ian Goldberg & Richard Naing To Adapt Keith Donohue’s “The Boy Who Drew Monsters”

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and New Line are set to bring to life. New Line came out on top of a bidding war for the rights to Keith Donahue’s 2014 novel, and The Conjuring’s and Saw’s is going to produce with . Ian Goldberg and Richard Naing are on board to adapt the book. , and will oversee for New Line.

The novel follows an autistic 10-year-old who is locked away from most of the world due to his Asperger’s and agoraphobia. He does, however, have the gift of bringing anything he draws to life; unfortunately he only seems to draw monsters.

Donohue’s most popular book, The Stolen Child, was on The New York Times bestseller list in 2006. He is repped by and .

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Lance Boyle | Staff Writer
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