Once upon a time the fantasy genre was for geeks and nerds, but in the past few decades thanks to the likes Lord of the Rings movies and game of ThronesThe genre is now big business as Sony Pictures Entertainment has proved by spending another seven-figure sum to acquire the rights to a second fantasy book trilogy. The announcement of The Broken Earth trilogy by NK Jamesin, under Sony’s TriStar Pictures brand, comes the same week that Sony forged a partnership with 3000 Pictures. city of fire Trilogy by Don Winslow for a similar hefty sum.
While not as well known as other works in production such as Robert Jordan wheel of time The series, or more clearly Amazon’s Tolkien-based Lord of the Rings series, the book series has sold millions since its first installment in 2015, and it’s some pretty impressive enough to back up the multi-million dollar price tag. Comes with credentials. The first book in the series won the Hugo Award for Best Novel, the Sputnik Award and was nominated for the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel and the Nebula Award. This may be impressive in itself, but what takes it a step further is that the second and third books also won the Hugo Prize, making Jamesin the winner for all three books in a trilogy and winning for three consecutive years. became the first person to .
fifth seasonThe first book in the trilogy, brings readers into the harsh Earth of the future, and specifically the place of Stillness, a continent where the events of the apocalypse are a seasonal thing that wreaks havoc among the inhabitants. When each “season” passes, communities rebuild what has been lost and make up for it to happen again. Most of the reconstruction is done by “Orogens”, people trained in a horrific and brutal way since childhood, called Guardians. Using their mind and powers, these orogens try to hold the world together and limit the devastation caused by events on the continent. obelisk gate and the stone sky Complete the series, the world began to develop fifth season and brought the story to a powerful conclusion that saw it rave reviews by many critics.
Jamesin, who hails from Brooklyn, New York, previously won the Locus Award for her debut novel, hundred thousand states, which was released in 2010, and has received several award nominations for her other novels and short stories. He is a fantasy and science fiction critic for the New York Times. With several other novels to his name, it is safe to say that if the series proves to be a huge hit, we may see more of his works developing for the screens in the near future.
The project is being overseen by Shari Shirazi and Rikki Jarrett, while Geminis is adapting the books themselves. With the kind of money it costs to get the rights, I think we can expect some big names to be attached to it as it gets closer to production. This news originated on Deadline.
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