is teaming up with 20th Century Fox to adapt The Stolen Child, which is based on the fantasy novel by Keith Donahue. According to Variety, Amazon won't finance the production and Fox will pay for the film, with Amazon agreeing to heavily push the film across its many websites (which includes film database IMDB, which attracted 59 million visitors in January).

The Stolen Child centers on a man who was kidnapped by hobgoblins as a boy and replaced by a look-alike imposter. The book follows both versions of the character as they struggle through their new lives and environments. This will be Amazon's first feature film, which will be produced with Marc Platt.

RELATED: Dune Review: A Spectacular Adaptation of Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi Classic and 20th Century Fox have not announced when production for The Stolen Child is scheduled to begin.