Warners Spooked By A “Ghostman”

Warner Bros. Pictures have picked up the film rights to Roger Hobbs’ debut thriller novel “The Ghostman” reports Variety.

The story follows a successful armed robber who has been able to cleverly hide his identity over the years. A casino heist gives him the chance to make a killing in cash, but could end up killing him in the process.

Paul Haggis is reportedly interested in the material but no-one is officially attached as yet aside from Kevin McCormick as producer.