By Ryan Parsons | Image property of respective holders, Variety
The Lonely Dog
I don't know who Warner Bros. has in mind to write a screenplay for the adaptation of The Lonely Dog, a book of paintings by artist Ivan Clarke, but that should be one tough gig.
Warner Bros to Make The Lonely Dog
The only thing the scribe will have to go off of, besides the paintings themselves, is a short mythology of the character that Clarke and Weta Workshop's Richard Taylor put together.
Does Warner Bros. even own a print of The Lonely Dog? Considering that only 90 of the oversized books were ever published, selling for as much as $6,000 each, the studio may just have to borrow a copy.