Narcos producers to adapt Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera into six-part miniseries
Gaumont's UK unit is working with writer Anthony Horowitz on the six-episode series of The Phantom of the Opera.
A new miniseries on iconic writer Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel The Phantom of the Opera is being developed by French production company Gaumont.
Gaumont's UK unit is working with writer Anthony Horowitz on the six-episode series.
It will reimagine Leroux's gothic story about a disfigured composer, who lives in the depths of the Paris Opera House and falls for singer Christine Daae with tragic consequences.
The show will be based on the original novel, rather than Andrew Lloyd Webber's critically-acclaimed 1986 musical adaptation.
A 2004 film, inspired by Webber's take, was directed by the late Joel Schumacher with actor Gerard Butler in the title role. It also featured Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson, Miranda Richardson, Minnie Driver, and Jennifer Ellison.
The Phantom Of The Opera is billed as one of the most successful musicals of all time and has scooped nine Olivier and Tony Awards after debuting in the West End and Broadway in the 1980s.
(With inputs from Press trust of India)
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Brie Larson explains she intended to launch a YouTube channel since she's learnt a lot from the platform, like 'how to use my printer, or be a considerate activist.'
Netflix to adapt horror comedy graphic novels DeadEndia as animated series; show will premiere in 2021
DeadEndia follows the adventures of protagonists Barney and Norma as they balance their summer jobs at a local theme park's haunted house while battling real supernatural forces that dwell within it
Netflix appoints Bozoma Saint John as CMO, first Black member in senior management of global streaming giant
Bozoma Saint John, who has been vocal about inequality in corporate America, previously worked at Apple and Uber Technologies.