V V James’ fantasy novel Sanctuary (Gollancz) will be adapted by Entertainment 360, the television studio responsible for “Game of Thrones".
Following “competitive bidding”, according to Deadline, the studio formed by Management 360 and MRC acquired film and television rights to the small-town murder mystery about four women with a dark secret. The publication deal was reported last April and will be published in August by Gollancz, Orion's science fiction, fantasy and horror imprint.
Entertainment 360 will executive produce in partnership with Monumental Pictures’ Alison Owen and Debra Hayward.
Currently Entertainment 360 is finishing "Game of Thrones" with a number of other high-profile projects in development.
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