Greg Grunberg, the actor best known for playing Matt Parkman in Heroes and Heroes Reborn, is once again teaming up with his childhood friend and frequent collaborator J.J. Abrams.
Today, Paramount Pictures announced that they have scooped up the movie rights to Dream Jumper, a soon-to-be-released graphic novel co-written by Grunberg and award-winning cartoonist Lucas Turnbloom. The film adaptation will be produced by Abrams' Bad Robot Productions.
Ben has a problem. When he sleeps he dreams, and when he dreams, they're all nightmares! But he can also jump into other people's dreams. So when his friends start falling victim to an evil dream-monster that prevents them from waking, Ben knows he has to help them. Easier said than done when dreams can shift and the monster knows his way around the ever-changing landscape of the mind! With help from a talking rabbit-companion who has a mysterious past, Ben might just be able to defeat the monster and save his friends . . . if he can figure out how to use the power within him against his enemies.
No screenwriter has been hired yet to pen the adaptation.
Grunberg has appeared in many of Abrams' projects, such as Felicity, Alias, Lost, Mission: Impossible 3, and, most recently, a cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Dream Jumper will be released on June 28, 2016.
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