Mythology Entertainment has acquired the rights to the Zenescope comic book series The Library for a feature adaptation.

The comic, created by Joe Brusha with Giovanni Timpano providing artwork, is a spin-off of Zenescope's Grimm's Fairy Tales series, which centers on a teenage brother and sister who discover a number of portals in a historic library, that allows them to be transported to the fictional worlds the library's books are set in.

Mythology's James Vanderbilt and Brad Fisher are producing alongside Jon Silk and Zenoscope founders Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco and Echo Lake Entertainment's Dave Brown. The producers do not have a screenwriter attached to adapt the material at this time.

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Zenescope was founded in 2005, focusing on myths and folk tales told with modern sensibilities, with Grimm's Fairy Tales serving as their flagship title.

James Vanderbilt and Brad Fisher's Mythology Entertainment, which they run alongside Laeta Kalogridis is currently developing The Overlook Hotel, a prequel to The Shining which has Mark Romanek attached to direct.