Wednesday, September 25, 2019

News from James Houston Turner, author of the Talanov series! Can't Wait for the Movie!

The headline of our latest press release about Greco’s Game could not have excited me more: David Marconi to Direct Wonderfilm's Screen Adaptation of James Houston Turner's Action Novel, Greco's Game!

You have definitely seen some his films: 
Enemy of the State (Will Smith and Gene Hackman), Live Free or Die Hard (Bruce Willis), and, most recently, The Foreigner (Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan). When it comes to screenwriters, they don’t get any better than David Marconi.
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But the good news does not end there, for Mr. Marconi has not only written the Greco's Game screenplay with the help of William J. MacDonald (The Saint, with Val Kilmer, Rome, and Sliver), but he will also be directing the film!!! Here’s what he had to say about Greco’s Game: “Talanov is such a rich and nuanced character, and the novel’s plot is so timely with what is going on in our world, I had to jump in to direct this film.”



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In 
addition to a link to the Variety coverage, our expanded press release may be found here: https://www.prlog.org/12788680.

With offices in Los Angeles, Vancouver, London, and Seoul, Wonderfilm has shifted into high gear with a slate of films that include actors such as John Travolta, Nicholas Cage, Guy Pearce, Ryan Phillippe, Kellan Lutz, Anne Heche, Thomas Jane, Cuba Gooding Jr., Ron Pearlman, Shia LaBeoufe, Terrance Howard, Dustin Hoffman, Steven Segal, and MMA legends, Tito Ortiz and Chuck Lidell. 
As to who will be playing the part of Talanov in Greco's Game, you will have to wait and see!
BTW, THANK YOU for your emails of support. Writing can get pretty lonely, so your friendship means a lot. Thank you again.
For updated author photos and trivia, visit me on IMDb: http://bit.ly/IMDbTurner.
Blessings to you all. Until next time!
Jim

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful surprise to see this, "Agent Bixler". Thank you!!! I just read the first draft of the script and it was fantastic. I heard from someone recently who read November Echo and they loved the Bixler character. So full of sauce and spunk. You're an inspiration.

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