Evergreen Entertainment and Tony DeRosa-Grund – who produced New Line’s The Conjuring – have landed the film rights to Father Michael Maginot’s account of an exorcism he performed on a women and her three children, reports Variety.
Evergreen beat out a handful of other studios, including Screen Gems, for the rights.
The story made headlines after police, the fire department, Child Protective Services and hospital personnel in Gary, Indiana attested to witnessing the demonic possession.
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