Friday, May 29, 2020
"A Quiet Place" Producers and "Robopocalypse" Writer Teaming for "The Blue Afternoon That Lasted Forever"
Variety is reporting that “A Quiet Place” producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are working with "Robopocalypse" writer Daniel H. Wilson on an adaptation of his short story "The Blue Afternoon That Lasted Forever."
Wilson wrote the screenplay based on his own tale, "which follows a single dad and NASA physicist who discovers a black hole that will strike earth in a matter of days."
Aside from "Robopocalypse," which is a New York Times Bestseller, Wilson also penned an authorized sequel to Michael Crichton’s “The Andromeda Strain” entitled “The Andromeda Evolution.”
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