Warner Bros To Make 'The Traveler'

By AMC March 27, 2012

Warner Bros Pictures just scooped up the rights to make the Fourth Realm Trilogy into a series of films. The novel they'll be looking to adapt into a major motion picture is "The Traveler," the first book in the series.

The novel series was written by John Twelve Hawks. They're set in the near future and reinterpret history as a battle between the forces of control. There is Tabula, which manages society through constant observation, and the Travelers, a nearly extinct group of people who can project their spirit into other dimensions. The premise basically sounds like a mixture of "They Live" and "Doctor Who" which makes for one interesting and cool combination if it's put together properly for a film.

Hawks is more than happy to have this property land in the hands of Warner Bros:

"I'm so pleased that the trilogy is at Warner Bros, a studio whose history of otherworldly storytelling is on indelible and whose vision for the Fourth Realm Trilogy is so inspiring."

SOURCE: Deadline

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