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Evashevski has worked for UTA since 2007, while Sanders has been there twice as long. Both are major figures in the literary world, where Evashevski is known for brokering author Stephanie Meyer’s deals for her Twilight series.
With multiple studios bidding on the sci-fi manuscript that’s being compared to Looper and Ready Player One, it’s Lionsgate who comes out on top to win newcomer Tal M. Klein’s first book.
The story, which is being pitched as The Revenant with a strong female lead and an elevated supernatural horror component, centers on a pregnant witch in the Old West who hunts down the possessed man who killed her husband.
The latest graphic novel from legendary cartoonist and satirist Jules Feiffer, Cousin Joseph, hit the bookshelves in July, and now the TV and film rights have made their way to the market.
In Bay City, 1931, a bare-knuckle detective makes secret trips to pay off Hollywood producers on behalf of the mysterious ‘Cousin Joseph’ to ensure that they will make only upbeat films that idealize America – but the trips becoming increasingly perilous.
Historians Johnny Smith and Randy Roberts’s Blood Brothers: The Fatal Friendship Between Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X is a hot commodity on the rights market, exploring a cross section of sports, friendship, and race through the complex relationship between the legendary boxer and the iconic civil rights activist.
Sparks’ latest is true to form, a heart-swelling romantic drama which centers around the romance between a down-on-his-luck teacher and the beautiful lawyer daughter of Mexican immigrants whom he meets on a rainswept night in North Carolina.
The novel follows an aging heiress of a prominent, wealthy American family who must come to terms with her clan’s dark legacy and the corrupting nature of wealth as long-buried lies and secrets bubble to the forefront.
The series follows a young Alexander the Great as he discovers his fated role in conquering the free world and resurrecting the four ancient lines of blood magic, aided by his long-lost twin sister, Katerina.
Bernadette Fox is a fearlessly opinionated wife, a disgraced private-school mother, a revolutionary architect, and a notorious agoraphobic. So when she suddenly goes missing while planning a trip to Antartica, it’s up to her daughter, Bee, to find her.