Posted on June 6, 2022 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Literature making its way to the screen is absolutely nothing new.
But the Hollywood Reporter has noticed that how materials make it there — and who gets power (and more profit) — in the projects has begun to shift.
So if you've felt like you're perhaps seeing more authors involved in the adaptation process than you used to, you're probably right.
That, says Seija Rankin, is a direct result of how much more involved literary agents have become in the page-to-screen journey.
For more on the changing world of Hollywood book deals, head to the Hollywood Reporter.
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