Writer/producer duo Noam Dromi and Evan Greene have reportedly been tapped to shepherd a forthcoming film adaptation of spy novel hero, Max Ford, at The Dunham Group. The film will be based on Sally Fernandez’s 2016 spy novel, “Climatized”, which now looks to be the launchpad for a feature film franchise of its own in the spirit of the Jason Bourne saga
The riveting story follows loner and former CIA agent Max Ford across the globe as she is plunged into an international conspiracy led by a shadow organization whose influence reaches the highest levels of our government.
Per the announcement, The Dunham Group will produce Max Ford in association with award-winning, Los Angeles-based Legion of Creatives CEO Jay Williams and John Gado. Author Fernandez and editor/husband Joe Fernandez executive producer with The Dunham Group CEO David Dunham.
Dromi and Greene are best known for collaborating for Ubisoft in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands and its live-action prequel, War Within The Cartel. Dromi also co-penned 2011 Warner Bros/Alcon Entertainment pic, Dolphin Tale and the most recent The Walking Dead digital spinoff series, Red Machete while Greene is also credited as Chief Marketing Officer for the Recording Academy branch of the GRAMMYs.
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