It seems that yet another adaptation from Phillip K. Dick's library is moving forward. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Halcyon is bringing Flow My Tears, said The Policeman to the silver screen.

Halcyon signed a first-look deal in 2007 to adapt the remaining literary works from Dick that have not yet been adapted, and this 1974 Dick novel is the first film they will develop under that deal. Like most of Dick's works, the story is set in a dystopian future and centers on a celebrity who wakes up after an assassination attempt, only to realize that nobody knows who he is anymore.

No writer has been attached to the project as of yet. Dick's adaptations include the blockbusters Blade Runner, Total Recall and Minority Report, which have grossed over $1 billion at the worldwide box office.