Warner Bros. has picked up the rights to Seth Grahame-Smith's (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) latest novel, Unholy Night. The story puts an action-adventure spin on the Three Wisemen of the Nativity.
This will be the third high-profile movie based on a biblical story to go into production at Warner Bros. About this particular project, WB president Greg Silverman stated the following.
"(This is) an incredibly innovative take on a timeless story. We look forward to collaborating with our friends at Heyday and KatzSmith."
Said David Heyman Heyman.
" Seth Grahame-Smith has written a fresh and thrilling novel that is true in spirit to the inspirational story of the Three Wise Men."
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