Let’s not stop there, though. It’s now in line to be a movie.
Grahame-Smith, who combined zombies and Jane Austen in the best-selling novel "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," will write the screenplay.Wondering how Hollywood heard about the new book? According to Reuters,
One of the factors that cemented the filmmakers' interest was a peek at an in-house trailer for the book.Who are these filmmakers? Tim Burton (as in “Alice in Wonderland”) and director Timur Bekmambetov.
Here’s a synopsis of the movie:
"Lincoln" reimagines one of the great U.S. presidents as an axe-throwing, highly trained vampire assassin, promising to give new context to real historical events such as the Civil War and Lincoln's ascension to the White House. It begins with his mother's murder when he was still a young boy and his vow of revenge.How about you? Sound like your kind of movie? Sound like a book you’ll want to read? Whether you’re interested or not, did you ping on that one quote that said the filmmakers’ interests were peeked by the book trailer?