Sony Pictures has picked up rights to Thomas Sweterlitsch's sci-fi novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow.
The novel hits shelves in the summer of 2014 and is set ten years after a deadly attack on Pittsburgh. In the aftermath, a sole survivor and archivist discovers evidence of a conspiracy that could possible tear the world apart.
Noah Oppenheim is set to write the adaptation. The scribe also wrote the screenplay for Wes Ball's The Maze Runner, which is coming to theaters Febuaray 2014. He wrote Summit's The Secret Life of Houdini and is penning MGM's upcoming remake of WarGames. Fox Searchlight also has the writer working a script for Jackie.
No word as to who will direct and star in the film. The Mark Gordon Company and Film 360 will be producing. This project is still in early development.