The Kill List, Frederick Forsyth's new novel of international intrigue, doesn't hit shelves until August, but a film adaptation is already in the works.
Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) is attached to direct. No screenwriters have yet been identified, nor a tentative date of release.
Films adapted from Forsyth's thrillers have proved to be popular, and include The Day of the Jackal (the 1973 original and the 1997 remake), The Odessa File, and The Dogs of War.
"[The] Day Of The Jackal, [The] Odessa File and The Dogs of War are three of the finest works of modern espionage," said Sanders, in a statement picked up by Deadline. "It is an incredible privilege to work from Forsyth's new novel The Kill List. It is a thrilling read and frighteningly accurate. It immerses us in the shadowy worlds of terrorists, spies, private contractors, US and UK special forces."
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The Kill List
A Novel of International Intrigue
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