Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot have picked up the film rights to Greg Grunberg’s upcoming two-part graphic novel “Dream Jumper”.
Grunberg, the “Felicity” and “Heroes” actor who is often dubbed a ‘good luck charm’ for filmmaker J.J. Abrams, will team with Abrams to produce the adaptation which might be live-action or animated.
The story follows a boy who discovers he can jump into other people’s dreams. But that power turns into a nightmare, literally, when his friends begin falling into an endless sleep and something in the dream world wants the boy’s abilities for itself.
No writer is currently attached, but Lindsey Weber will also produce. The first book will be published on June 28th.
Source: Heat Vision