Brooklyn writer gets movie deal

A Brooklyn writer who began his first novel riding to work on the "F" train has been offered the chance to make his book trilogy

KENSINGTON - A Brooklyn writer who began his first novel riding to work on the "F" train has been offered the chance to make his book trilogy into a movie series.

Director Paul Anderson and producer Jeremy Bolt, most famous for their work on the "Resident Evil" movie franchise, have offered Peter Brett a deal to make his famous book trilogy into a movie series.

Peter Brett's first novel, "The Warded Man," made the international best-seller's list, sold more than 100,000 copies and was published in 16 languages. Brett also just released his second novel in the trilogy, "The Desert Spear."

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