Paranoia: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael Tolkin has come on board to adapt Paranoia, Joseph Finder's latest tale of corporate espionage, which Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing for Paramount Pictures.

Published by St. Martin's Press in January, the novel revolves around a low-level executive at a high-tech company who gets caught trying to manipulate the system. His choice: go to prison or agree to infiltrate the competition.

Finder's other novels include "Zero Hour," "Moscow Club," "Extraordinary Powers" and "High Crimes," which was adapted for the big screen by 20th Century Fox. He is also writing Huckleberry Finn for Scott Rudin/Paramount Pictures. Tolkin is repped by WMA.

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Brian B.