NBC gave the green light production of the four-hour miniseries Rosemary's Baby, an adaptation of Ira Levin's novel of the same name, published in 1967. According to ComingSoon, production of the miniseries will begin in January in Paris.
The project will be movieed by Lionsgate Television and executive produced by Joshua D. Morer, Alix Wheatlin and David A. Stern.
Scott Abbott (Meet Dorothy Dandridge) and James Wong (American Horror Story) will write the script. Oscar nominee appointed director and `` Emmy '' (" Europe, Europe ") Agnieszka Holland. Casting will begin very soon.
We remind you that that Ira Levin's novel tells of a young married couple who settled in a Parisian apartment. After becoming pregnant, the wife begins to suspect her husband and their neighbors that they are hatching plans for her unborn child.
Based on the novel in 1968, Roman Polanski directed the psychological thriller Rosemary's Baby, which ranks ninth ranked among the 100 most action-packed American movies in 100 years by the American Film Institute.
The Topic of Article: NBC to movie mini-series Rosemary's Baby.