The Halcyon Company has acquired the rights to all of Phillip K. Dick's novels that have not yet been adapted for film or television. According to Variety, the company has singed a three-year first-deal contract that allows them to take the properties to both the big and small screen.

So far, nine of Dick's forty-five novels have been translated into theatrical films. Together, they have grossed more than $1 billion worldwide. Halcyon CEO Victor Kubicek stated, "Only a tiny, tiny portion of his work has been tapped."

The novel Ubik is the most likely candidate for a first adaptation. At this time, there are no productions ready for filming.

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