EXCLUSIVE: Horror author and screenwriter Steve Niles has signed with APA for film, publishing and TV. The creator of the 30 Days Of Night comic, Niles wrote the screenplay for the 2007 movie adaptation and its 2010 sequel 30 Days Of Night: Dark Days. As well as writing several video games, Niles is currently working on a Coming Of Rage graphic novel with Wes Craven; Craven is attached to direct a possible movie adaptation. David Gordon Green has been attached to direct an adaptation of Niles’ Freaks Of The Heartland comic miniseries. The author is working on comics for DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW and Image, with a recently released The Thing digital prequel. Attorney Erik Hyman also represents Niles.
APA Signs ’30 Days Of Night’ Author Steve Niles
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