‘Darkfever’ Goes to DreamWorks

The studio plans a franchise around Karen Marie Moning's best selling series about a young woman transported into a magical realm.
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‘Darkfever’ Goes to DreamWorks

DreamWorks picks up Darkfever franchise DreamWorks is moving forward on an adaptation of Karen Marie Moning's best-selling Young Adult novel series Darkfever.

There are five books in the series, and with them, DreamWorks hopes to launch its own fantasy franchise in line with The Hunger Games and Twilight.

The story follows MacKayla Lane, an ordinary woman who travels from Georgia to Ireland in hopes of finding her sister's killer. There, she falls into a fantastical world filled with ancient magic and mythical creatures. In this newly discovered realm, MacKalya is tasked with finding a book that could save both the real world and this new land she has come to inhabit.

Darkfever is being envisioned as a live-action fantasy. No production start date has been set.

Sources:Variety

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  • swarley • 4 years ago

    This is NOT a young adult series!!

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    • wonderwomyn74 • 4 years ago

      Cirque Du Freak should've been dark like the books. I would've preferred that they made it into a weekly cable series instead of a movie.

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      • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

        @wonderwomyn74 Yeah, they really bored me with that film

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        • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

          @dan1 Popularity wise.

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          • wonderwomyn74 • 4 years ago

            Young adult novel series? No, it's not. I'm reading the last installment of the Fever series now. Ugh, they're going to ruin it like they did for the Cirque Du Freak series (although that was a young adult series, it shouldn't have been made into a family friendly comedy).

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            • dan1 • 4 years ago

              Hmm.. so when they say they want it to be in line with Hunger Games and Twilight, they mean to say it will cut with a dull blade, and it's target audience will be teenage girls? Or just popularity-wise? Or both?

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