Warner Bros. Pictures has appointed Matthew Aldrich to adapt the script of "Counterfeit Son" based on Elaine Marie Alphin's novel of the same title.
Looking for the writer to adapt its new thriller project of "Counterfeit Son", Warner Bros. Pictures has finally found the proper one to do the task in Matthew Aldrich.
Being so, Aldrich then will adapt based on Elaine Marie Alphin's 200 novel of the same title which follows a young man who attempts to con a family out of their deceased son's trust fund. There is no word yet about the film's crew, but Jessica Horowitz has given her agreement to produce.
"Counterfeit Son" is the next project of Warner adapted from a novel after "Benighted" which is adapted from the Kit Whitfield's novel with Andrew Adamson at helm.