Get excited for another financial film! Michael Lewis, best known for writing the books 'Moneyball' and 'The Blind Side,' is getting a chance to be a little more hands on with his next novel-to-movie adaptation, 'Liar's Poker.'
Written in 1989, 'Liar's Poker' describes Lewis' experience as a bond salesmen in the late '80s. According to THR, the author will write the script for his debut novel, which has actually been in development since the early '90s. With the recent success of 'The Blind Side' and 'Moneyball' -- plus 'The Big Short,' which Brad Pitt optioned for feature use -- Warner Bros. is looking to cash in on the Michael Lewis craze as much as possible.

[via THR]

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