Rights to the classic novel Native Son by Richard Wright (1940) have been acquired by A24, with Rashid Johnson to direct. (Deadline Hollywood)

There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins (Dutton Books For Young Readers, 2017), about a Nebraska high school that experiences a series of murders, has been optioned by Netflix. (Deadline Hollywood)

A Disappearance in Damascus: Friendship and Survival in the Shadow of War by Deborah Campbell (Picador, 2017), about the disappearance of journalist Campbell's guide in Syria, has been optioned by Terry George for either a feature film or limited series by his Seamus Productions company. (Deadline Hollywood)

Lionsgate has optioned for producer Marc Platt How The Girl Guides Won the War by Janie Hampton (Harper Press, 2010), about women in WWII. (Deadline Hollywood)

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a film based on Emily Danforth's novel (Balzer + Bray, 2012), about a lesbian orphaned teen who is forced into a gay conversion therapy, has been acquired by FilmRise for a summer release. (Variety)

Where The Devil Hides by Craig Russell (Doubleday, 2019), a forthcoming book about a doctor who experiments on killers. has been optioned by Sony Pictures. (Deadline Hollywood)