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Scott Rudin Nabs Hot New Book 'The Buried Giant' By Kazuo Ishiguro

EXCLUSIVE: Scott Rudin has acquired rights to Kazuo Ishiguro’s epic new novel The Buried Giant. The book, which has been ecstatically reviewed, follows a couple in a semi-historical Medieval Britain as they venture forth across a war-ravaged landscape in search of a son they haven’t seen in years. 109 more words


Larry David, Queen Liz Heat Up February's Broadway B.O.; Will `Iceman' Cometh Uptown?

EXCLUSIVE: Eugene O’Neill may be coming back to Broadway, courtesy of producer Scott Rudin.

But first: Bitter cold weather isn’t thwarting theatergoers’ determination to get in on previews of… 273 more words


Graphic Novel "The Sculptor" Will be Transferred to the Big Screens

Sony bought the rights for the graphic novel of Scott McCloud’s ‘The Sculptor’ and the movie adaptation will be produced by Scott Rudin.


After all of the troubles that came with Sony hacks there were talks that Sony will need a long time to recover the harm. 345 more words

Scott McCloud's Graphic Novel 'THE SCULPTOR' Will Head To the Big Screen

Sony Pictures and producer Scott Rudin have bought the rights to Scott McCloud’s comic book The Sculptor for the big screen!

The book was published earlier this month through First Second Books, and is described as the following: 113 more words


Sony Picks Up Rights to The Sculptor

Sony has picked up the rights to The Sculptor. The graphic novel by Scott McCloud hit shelves on February 3. McCloud is known for his Eisner and Harvey Awards-winning works  108 more words

Sony acquire rights to Scott McCloud's THE SCULPTOR!

The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Sony have managed to pick up the rights to Eisner Award-winning Scott McCloud’s recently released graphic novel The Sculptor 102 more words


Sony Buys Rights to 'The Sculptor' With Scott Rudin Producing

Sony has bought the movie rights to Scott McCloud’s recently published graphic novel “The Sculptor” and set up the project with Scott Rudin and Josh Bratman. 100 more words