Warner Bros. Pictures will make a film adaptation of James A. Owen's children's novel "Here, There Be Dragons."
Following its massive success with "Harry Potter" series, Warner Bros. Pictures has preemptively secured the rights to make "Here, There Be Dragons", a big screen adaptation of James A. Owen's upcoming children's novel.
David Goyer and David Heyman have both signed on to seat as producers via their respective Warners-based companies, Phantom Four and Heyday Films. Meanwhile, Owen is on duty to adapt his own work with Goyer supervising.
Scheduled to hit stores next week under Simon & Schuster, the book version is set in London during WW I and follows the adventure of three boys namely John, Jack and Charles after they are entrusted with an atlas of all the lands that have ever existed in myth and legend, fable and fairy tale called Imaginarium Geographica.