Ivory Joins The Reaping World Wind or Who Caused The Best End Of Earth Ever?
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
H. R. Williams announces film rights and options to his debut Speculative Spiritual Fantasy novel entitled Ivory Joins The Reaping World Wind or Who Caused The Best End Of Earth Ever? are being made available to interested motion picture producers, film production companies and investment firms on a bid basis.
Some characters in the novel were written with certain actors and actresses in mind to portray the film roles.
Andie MacDowell - star of Four Weddings and A Funeral, Groundhog Day, Green Card, Greystroke: Legend of Tarzan, etc.
Ellen Page - star of Juno, Smart People, Xmen: The Last Stand, etc.
Danny Glover - star of Lonesome Dove, 2012, Royal Tenenbaums, Lethal Weapon, The Color Purple, etc.
Samuel L. Jackson - star of The Spirit, Pulp Fiction, Star Wars prequel trilogy, Unbreakable, etc.
Ron Perlman - star of Beauty and the Beast, Hellboy, Bubba Nosferatu, etc.
Scarlett Johansson - star of Vicky Christina Barcelona, Match Point, Lost In Translation, etc.
Mr. Williams is very impressed with the film work of Gore Verbinski and feels the Mr. Verbinski would be an excellent director to bring the story to life on the silver screen, if interested.
Principal photography for the motion picture could be based at Blue Ridge Motion Pictures located in scenic Western North Carolina at Asheville.
George Lucas' ground breaking company Industrial Light and Magic would be a prime candidate to provide the wide ranging digital, visual and special effects needed to realize the vision and scope of the novel's translation to cinema.
Howard Shore, famed composer of the Lord Of The Rings trilogy soundtrack is a favorite of the author. Mr. Shore would be asked to provide music for the Ivory Joins The Reaping World Wind film.
The novel was selected as a Finalist in the Religious Fiction category of the USABOOKNEWS National Best Books 2008 Awards.
H. R. Williams entered "Ivory Joins The Reaping World Wind or Who Caused The Best End Of Earth Ever?" into the Pulitzer Prize competition.
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