The new National Book Award winning novel Rabbit Hole is getting the TV treatment.
and producer Richard Brown’s Passenger have chosen author Tess Gunty’s debut feature after a bidding process. Brown (True Detective, Hulu’s Catch-) will produce this item, Among them, Gunty joined as an executive producer.
Brown said in a statement: “Tess Gunty has written a brilliantly original and riveting novel filled with irresistible characters, including an enduring leading lady.” “We are delighted she trusted us to adapt it for the screen.”
Published by Penguin Random House, The Rabbit Hutch takes place over a week in July in a fictional Rust Belt town in Indiana, culminating in a bizarre act of violence that changes everything. Kirkus Reviews praised the novel as “an astonishingly wise take on what it means to be sober and sober” Description of “Alive in a dying building, city, country and world. ’ It won the National Book Award for Fiction at last week’s ceremony.
“It was an honor to work with Richard, Passengers and Freemantle,” Gundy Said. “Richard’s ambitious vision, astute taste and commitment to thoughtful adaptations make him a perfect fit for this project. “
Brown and Fremantle entered into a general agreement at . Since then, Brown’s Passenger banner has been produced for Sky UK This England and is working on a documentary on the launch of the NBA Basketball Africa League.
Gunty is represented by Aragi Inc. and CAA’s Duvall Osteen.