David Logan is set to re-write “Sebastian Knight” for Paramount Pictures says The Hollywood Reporter.
“Knight” centers on a Bond-like CIA agent who has a one-night stand with a woman while on vacation in Monaco and then has to deal with her neurotic behavior as the smitten lady begins to stalk him.
John Goldwyn and Lorne Michaels are producing.
Logan is also set to adapt Ken Bruen’s novel “Once Were Cops” for Articulus Entertainment.
“Cops” follows two unbalanced New York police officers cutting their way through the city’s criminal underworld.
Steven Sawalich and Gil Adler (“Superman Returns”) will produce.