Pulitzer winning novel The Goldfinch to hit big screen
Published on Jul 30, 2014 6:55 AM
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Donna Tarrt's acclaimed novel The Goldfinch could be set for the big screen after Warner Bros. snapped up the film rights to the Pulitzer Prize-winning best-seller, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
A tale of survival, The Goldfinch charts a decade in the life of its 13-year old protagonist, whose mother is killed in an act of terrorism at the New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Paul Mcguire, a spokesman for Warners Bros., said no decision has been made as to who will write the screenplay or produce the film.
A release date also has not yet to be determined, he said.
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