Netflix has declared one more new arrangement inbound from Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. The pair will adjust Richard Powers’ Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Overstory, the organization declared Thursday on Twitter, depicting it as “a sweeping work of activism and resistance about a magnificently inventive world that a handful of people learn how to see and are drawn into.”
The Overstory, published in 2018, is a rambling work that entwines various stories including a wide cast of characters and five uncommon trees. (It’s cool, truly.) Much like Benioff and Weiss’ recently declared variation of The Three-Body Problem for the decoration, or the HBO arrangement the team is acclaimed for, it’s the sort wide-point, large scale story the pair appear to have a preference for — but one with more artistic toll.
The Netflix transformation has a content by Richard Robbins — once of Good Girls Revolt and 12 Monkeys — and Hugh Jackman is among the makers in question, close by The Overstory creator Richard Powers, as per The Hollywood Reporter. (Jackman is so far ready as a fan, and not a star.)
There’s no word on when to anticipate a debut, or whether this will make a big appearance previously or after the pair’s Three-Body Problem adaptation.
Skeptics will maybe value that both of Benioff and Weiss’ approaching activities have genuine endings, however.
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