The young-adult thriller Dark Eden is now in talks to become a series of movies with multimedia components.
Variety reports that Dan Angel has started development of Patrick Carman’s work and would like to see the title be made into a whole series of films. He also wants it to go beyond movies and include digital components like images, audio, scans, and more that are given to fans in a new mobile episodic format that follows and expands the story.
Published by HarperCollins, Dark Eden revolves around a group of seven 15-year-old’s that are sent a “remote institution” that promises to rid them of their fears. Of course, you can see where this is going. They are forced to go head to head with their worst nightmares in “mysterious fear chambers.”
Angel is currently an executive producer for The Hub’s R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour and Dan Vs. Carman is also the author of the series Land of Elyon and Atherton as well as the novel Thirteen Days to Midnight.
Here’s a trailer for the book: