British screenwriter and playwright Jack Thorne ("This Is England '90"), nominated for a BAFTA TV award in three categories a few days ago, is adapting Philip Pullman's acclaimed fantasy trilogy "Dark Beginnings" for BBC One. The series will be co-produced by New Line Cinema and Bad Wolf. Polly Hill and Charlotte Moore will curate the TV project from BBC and BBC One. This is reported by Deadline.
"It is a great honor for me to be able to penetrate the world of Philip Pullman," Thorne, one of the most sought-after screenwriters in the UK, said in a statement. "The Dark Beginnings Trilogy Books" incredibly vibrant and full of lovely characters. I will do my best to show them all my respect. "
" I am happy to welcome Jack Thorne as a screenwriter on the TV version of Dark Materials, ”Pullman commented on the news. – Jack – a writer of high rank with enviable energy, and I was very inspired by our conversation with him. I was curious to hear about his plans for Dark Principles. I have no doubt that he will do a great job, and I look forward to the result. "
Thorne has become famous on television as the writer of the series Skins and Shameless. Thorne is a BAFTA winner for the series" It's - England. The year 1988 "and" Ghosts. "Some of the recent work of the writer is the TV series" The Last Panthers "and the TV movie" Don`t Take My Baby ".
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