Recently, the world of film and television has often begun to delight viewers with screen versions of famous books in the science fiction genre. Warner Bros. studio is ready to make another gift to fans of sai-fay. The Hollywood Reporter reports that the film company has begun work on the tape based on the story of Lawrence Watt-Evans "Why I Left The Night Hamburger".|
The original work was published in the popular periodical Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Journal in 1987. The story earned Watt-Evans critical acclaim and nominations for the prestigious Nebula and Hugo awards. The film, tentatively titled Harry's All Night Hamburgers, was written by young writers Steve Desmond and Michael Anthony Sherman. Their names first came to the fore at the end of 2016, when their horror script Orb was put on the Black List of Hollywood's Best Unrealized Ideas.
In the center of the plot of "Harry's Night Burger" will be a high school student who discovers a secret portal to parallel worlds in an old roadside diner on the outskirts of his hometown. According to WB representatives, the script of the film resembles the plot of such films as "Back to the Future" and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Oscar-nominated Andrew Lazar (Sniper) will executive produce.
The Topic of Article: Warner Bros. look into parallel worlds.