Friday, October 12, 2018

BRUNA PAPANDREA TO TURN SIGNE PIKE'S MEDIAEVAL SCOTLAND SET HISTORICAL ADVENTURE 'THE LOST QUEEN' ON MERLIN'S SISTER INTO TV SERIES!

 'THE LOST QUEEN' TO BECOME
 MEDIAEVAL EPIC TV SERIES
And even more gorgeous epic projects coming our way, hiphip hooray! As 'Deadline' reports Bruna Papandrea's (Big Little Lies, Gone Girl) production house has acquired TV rights on Signe Pike's historical novel
Simon and Schuster published the book last month
THE LOST QUEEN which was published last month in USA and is seeking international publishers this week at world's biggest book fair in Frankfurt!
THE LOST QUEEN is set in medieval Scotland, a land of mountains and mist, tradition and superstition. It follows Languoreth, a woman born between the ways of the old ancestors and the burgeoning forces of Christianity and the Anglo-Saxons, bent on colonization, encroaching from the east. As she is catapulted into a world of violence and political intrigue, she must learn to adapt to survive, and together with her brother, a warrior and druid known to history as Myrddin (Merlin), has to assume her duty to fight for the survival of her kingdom and its way of life or risk the loss of them both forever.

6 comments:

  1. Yet ANOTHER retelling of the Arthurian legends?

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    1. we will be able to choose which one we like better :)

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  2. I bet it will be visually beautiful if it's focused around Scotland.

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    1. tres pretty! I still remember how Disney's Brave was their prettiest animated movie ever!

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    2. It really was. But, I liked Tangled as well.

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    3. Tangled was their last good one as I did not really find Frozen amazing. Tangled was fun and dynamic until they cut of her hair :)

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