Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up the rights to Jed Rubenfeld's novel "Interpretation of Murder" to develop it into film feature.
Tirelessly piling up potential projects to be brought into the big screen, Warner Bros. Pictures is about to develop a crime mystery flick of "Interpretation of Murder" based on Jed Rubenfeld's novel of the same title, Variety has reported.
While cast and film crew remain a question, it has been confirmed that the film's storyline will follow a young psychoanalyst and devotee of Freud's who is summoned to hold a consultation to a woman who survives after being attacked by a mad killer, but is unable to remember what happened.
Recently acquired the rights to make "The Brigands of Rattleborge" and "Himelfarb", Warner has just been reported to produce "Who Is Killing the Great Chefs?" which is a remake of the 1978 movie entitled "Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?."