The film, called 'The Adventure of Oscar Pill', will tell a story about a boy who can travel inside living beings, including humans, to destroy the Pathologus.
The success of "Harry Potter" franchise has apparently led Warner Bros. Pictures to go further with similar genre. The Wrap has reported David Heyman, producer of all "Harry Potter" films, is adapting French youth-fantasy novel series into a movie, called "The Adventure of Oscar Pill", for the studio.
The novels are written by French author/physician Eli Anderson. Like J.K. Rowling's books, the novels center on a teenage boy who has extraordinary talent. Oscar, the main character, finds out that he has the capability of traveling inside living organisms, including humans.
Oscar also learns that he belongs to the order of "Medicus". Later, he dives into a journey across the five worlds of the human body to fight against the Pathologus, and tries to break the mystery of the death of his father, a great Medicus.
Warner Bros. Pictures is now preparing to release the last "Harry Potter" film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II", across the nation on July 15. The actors supporting the movie include Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, and Tom Felton.