Summit Entertainment is in negotiations for the film rights to Andrew Klavan’s young-adult book series “Homelanders” says The Hollywood Reporter.
The story centers on a school student who awakens tied to a chair with no idea how he got there. Escaping custody, he sets out to find why both terrorists and authorities are after him and what happened in the year between his last memory and his waking up.
Klavan also penned the books “True Crime” and “Don’t Say a Word” which scored film adaptations with Clint Eastwood and Michael Douglas starring respectively. Lorenzo Di Bonaventura will produce.