Production Weekly reports that Stephen Sommers (The Mummy, Van Helsing, Deep Rising) is eyeing to direct his adaptation of Dean Koontz’s popular “Odd Thomas” book series. Odd Thomas is silently approached by the ghost of a young girl brutally raped and murdered, and through his unique ability to understand the dead, is psychically led to her killer, a former schoolmate named Harlo Landerson. With this opening, we are introduced to Odd’s world. Koontz soon discloses how Odd was named and begins, layer by layer, to show how Odd’s disfunctional upbringing has shaped his life, and as those details are uncovered, his supernatural abilities begin to make more sense. Read more over at Wiki or on the official website. We’ll update you when something official is announced.
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