Lucasfilm Lost Children Of Blood And Bone When It Let The Rights Lapse

Lucasfilm Lost Children Of Blood And Bone When It Let The Rights Lapse
For most moviegoers, Lucasfilm is synonymous with "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones," but over the years, the studio has also branched out and produced other projects not related to those two giant IPs. One such project that it had in development was an adaptation of Tomi Adeyemi's YA fantasy novel, "Children of Blood and Bone," but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Lucasfilm let the movie rights lapse and that is what enabled Paramount to pick them up.

What makes this news interesting is that "Children of Blood and Bone" sparked an intense bidding war, with Universal, Amazon, and Netflix all vying for the property...

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