Ah, murder. So many ways to die. So many ways to interprete death. Where to start? Well Variety tells us that Warner Bros has a pretty good idea for a jumping-off point as they’ve brought on Alex Holmes to rewrite and direct the feature film version of Jed Rubenfeld’s novel The Interpretation of Murder.
The story follows a Sigmund Freud protege who discovers a trail of sadistic murders in turn-of-the-century New York.
Not much else is known at press time, but we’ll keep an eye out for more. That’s what we do. Well, that and we’re really good at origami. I can paper-fold a Pterodactyl in like five minutes flat, ya know. Pretty sweet.
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