Relativity Media Acquires ‘Scare Me,’ Sets Wentworth Miller To Adapt Novel

MIKE FLEMING JR
Deadline.com

EXCLUSIVE: Relativity Media has acquired Scare Me, a psychological thriller novel, and is setting Wentworth Miller to write the script. Miller is the actor who starred in the Fox series Prison Break who made his screenwriting debut on Stoker, the Chan-wook Park-directed thriller for Fox Searchlight and Indian Paintbrush. It was brought in by Relativity Media production president Robbie Brenner.

The book is in the vein of Se7en, and it will be published in the spring by Angry Robot. Gotham Group brokered the book deal and reps Wentworth along with ICM Partners and attorney Harris Hartman.

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