Saturday, March 5, 2016
Biopic Of Former Spy And Spy Novelist John Le Carre Could Be Subject Of New Film
Nick Clark at the British newspaper the Independent reports that the film rights to Adam Sisman's biography of John le Carre have been optioned by the spy novelist's sons.
The Ink Factory, the production company behind the BBC’s adaptation of and several other Le Carré novels, has secured the rights, he revealed.
Simon and Stephen Cornwell, the sons of Le Carré, whose real name is David Cornwell, founded the company in 2010. “David has quite a say in what the Ink Factory do,” Mr Sisman said. “I had to sell it to them, really. What was I selling? The rights to someone else’s life.”
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You can also read my Washington Times review of Sisman's biography of John le Carre via the below link: