Did you know that part of the Weinstein empire is Weinstein Books? I guess there's no better way to secure an amalgam of film possibilities than to have a collection of your own press to choose from. Their most recent acquisition definitely offers some possibilities. They've just obtained the rights to Canadian writer and
The book, which has won the prestigious Giller Prize, is already set for a new television series in Canada, but that's not stopping the big W company from thinking about its film possibilities. It will be interesting to see what happens with Lam's work. Obviously, those in the U.S. probably won't see the television adaptation, which will help for movie possibilities. However, if this novel does make it to the big screen, I can't help but fear for the outcome.
There's a chance it could be developed with a strong link to its source material, keeping it in