Producer Graham King’s GK Films is developing a film adaptation of Robert K. Wittman’s memoir “Priceless: How I Went Undercover to Rescue the World’s Stolen Treasures” reports Variety.
Wittman spent two decades as the FBI’s resident art theft expert and the work recounts his time and most famous exploits. Ultimately he helped recover over $200 million in stolen property from Remebrandt and Monet paintings to Peruvian gold armour and Geronimo’s headdress.
Wittman will serve as consultant on the film which is currently seeking a writer. No producer is yet attached.