Tag: George R.R. Martin

“In The Lost Lands”: Milla Jovovich searches for lycanthropy in George R.R. Martin film adaptation

As reported yesterday by The Hollywood Reporter, Milla Jovovich is in “final negotiations” to star in a film that adapts three George R.R. Martin short stories called “In The Lost Lands”. Jovovich would play Gray Alys, a sorceress who is hired by a queen to acquire the power of lycanthropy. (more…)

George R.R. Martin Werewolf Novella “The Skin Trade” to Become a Film

It’s all right there in the headline! According to Variety, “Spoke Lane Entertainment and Mike the Pike Prods. have acquired film rights to George R.R. Martin’s werewolf novella ‘The Skin Trade.'” Here’s the premise:

Martin’s story is based on a female private investigator on the trail of a serial killer linked to an underground werewolf clan ruling the remains of a vibrant city devastated by a recession.

The novella was first published alongside work by Stephen King and Dan Simmons in a short horror anthology called Night Visions 5. It seems to be out of print, but there are some used copies available on Amazon. I’ve read a little Martin, but not enough to know how I feel about this. I suppose I’m cautiously optimistic. Martin readers, should I be stoked?