Wild Symphony Children’s Book No. 1 The New York Times Bestselling author Dan Brown, has a big screen animated film adaptation of Academy Award winner Akiva Goldsman and MGM.
For the first time ever, Brown will be working on his own book adaptation of the film with Goldsman’s production under Weed Road Pictures with Greg Lessans.
The movie was shown as a file fantasyLike music, with melodies by Brown. Wild Symphony Follows the adventures of a Mouse Maestro as he travels the world, recruiting an orchestra like no other. This project is the first under the first Weed Road movie deal with MGM.
Goldsman said, “I am so excited to join my old friend Dan Brown and my older friend Mike DeLuca and his buds to bring this wonderful book of Dan to screen.”
Said Brown, “As a young child, I was totally fascinated by fantasy film and its magical fusion of animation and classical music. In many ways, my lifelong love of classical music began with film, and so I am especially excited to work with these talented partners to bring Wild Symphony for life in the form of a moving feature.”
Brown is the author behind The Da Vinci Code Universe, this novel is one of the best-selling novels of all time and has been published in 56 languages with more than 200 million copies in print. The book was adapted into a 2006 feature that grossed over US$760 million at the WW. Highlights of 2016 for Brown’s big fire It centers around the character of Robert Langdon, played by Tom Hanks, and has grossed another $220 million. Brown was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine, whose editors credit him with “keeping the publishing industry alive; renewed interest in Leonardo da Vinci and early Christian history; booming tourism to Paris and Rome; increasing membership in secret societies; rage Cardinals in Rome; eight books that deny the novel’s allegations and seven guides to read with it; a flood of historical thrillers; and a major motion picture franchise.” Brown is represented by Heidi Lang of Sanford J. Greenburger Associates and Eric S. Brown Law.
Goldsman is the Academy Award winning writer behind 2002 beautiful Mind, which won a total of four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. His special credits include Cinderella Man, Me, Robot, The Da Vinci CodeAnd the I Am Legend, among other things. On the TV side, Goldsman, who also has a first sight deal with MGM Television, was an EP on WGN. Underground. He is also co-creator and EP for Paramount + Star Trek: Picard and DC titans. At Weed Road Pictures, Lessans was promoted to head of production and Rachel Reznick was promoted to vice president. In addition, Shiva Nassab and Sari Greenberg have recently joined forces as Creative Executives, from Lionsgate and Aggregate respectively.
Goldsman represents Barry Littman and Steve Warren in Hansen, Jacobson, Teller. As producer and director, he is represented by CAA.