Kevin Steverson’s Salvage Title Acquired by Hideout Pictures
Just 2 yrs after hitting shelves, Kevin Steverson’s sci-fi epic novel Salvage Title has been acquired by Average Joes Entertainment’s Hideout Pictures to be progressed into an attribute film, in accordance with .
Published in 2018 and the initial in the novel trilogy of exactly the same name, the complete story follows Harmon Tomeral, an orphan-turned-space academy pilot who faces an uphill battle as he really wants to check out space. He and his friend type in a high Fleet Marine competition to compete for the grand prize of 100,000 credits, which may be enough to start out their very own salvage company just, however they must create a mech worth of competition two. With the fleet showing disinterest in Harmon, he must synergy along with his friends to not in favor of regulations to salvage parts and make an effort to end up being the best.
The film adaptation is defined to be penned by graphic novelist Doug Wagner, famous for creating the Image Comics’ limited series Plastic, with Hideout Pictures CEO Shannon Houchins mounted on produce alongside Trevor Potsy and O’Neil Ponciroli.
“Kevin is really a tremendous storyteller and we’d been tracking Salvage Title understanding that Doug may be the perfect person to adapt the house for the television/film,” Houchins said in a statement.
Steverson’s work becomes the next novel Hideout has acquired for an attribute film adaptation following the production banner landed the rights to the graphic novel series Kill Whitey Donovan last year. Hideout has become known for providing financing on several projects with big names attached including Jay & Silent Bob Reboot and the Omar Epps and Kate Walsh-starring 3022.