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[Movies] DreamWorks Acquires Film Rights to The Fire Sermon
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 06.29.2013



Deadline reports that DreamWorks has acquired the film rights to the upcoming literary trilogy, The Fire Sermon.

The book series by Francesca Haig is described as a dystopian science fiction tale. It's currently seeking a domestic publisher.

The story is set in the post-apocalyptic 25th century. Humanity has evolved without technology and all children are born as twins. The Alpha twins are the ruling class while the mutated Omega twins are created lower-class individuals to live in their own villages. However, when one twin dies, so does the other. The story follows a brother and sister pair, one of whom rises up to become a ruler amongst the Omegas.

Carla Hacken is producing the project.





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