Bidding War Erupts Over Chris Miller, Phil Lord &’s The Human

Bidding War Erupts Over Phil Lord & Chris Miller’s The Last Human

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Besides the hit LEGO franchise, which just introduced the long-awaited sequel The Second Component to highly positive reviews, Lord & Miller were seen behind the camera Solo: A Star Wars Story, was eliminated over halfway through filming, and are attached to direct the upcoming adaptation of this 2017 sci-fi book Artemis for Fox.

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Based on THR, Sony and Warner Bros. are the two contenders for the adaptation, the former having made the duo’s recently acclaimed comic book adaptation, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse that won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature and is the frontrunner to win the Oscar, and the latter having produced the duo’s animated hit The Lego Movie and its sequel and spin-offs.
Henry Gayden, who co-wrote the script to the upcoming DC Extended Universe movie Shazam! , has been connected to pen the script for the adaptation, with Amulet Books set to release the book on October 8.

Bidding war erupts over Phil Lord & Chris Miller’s The Last Human

Bidding War Erupts Over Phil Lord & Chris Miller's The Last Human

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The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that Phil Lord & Christopher Miller (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)’s next project, an adaptation of the sci-fi kids ’s publication The Last Human, has sparked a heated bidding war between studios.

Released at Sat, 09 Feb 2019 20:27:03 +0000
The publication is set in a future but there is a robot that was 12-year-old astonished when it finds a woman. The two form an unlikely friendship as they embark on a journey seeking a place on the map, challenging the prejudices of this future without pollution, war or crime.

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