Universal To Adapt The Novel INFINITE as a Film with FAST & FURIOUS Writer Chris Morgan

Universal Pictures is producing an adaptation of Brian Freeman’s recently published novel Infinite.

Brian Freeman

Fast & Furious scribe Chris Morgan is producing the film with Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer writing the script.

The story follows a character named Dylan Moran,

“who after being consumed by grief after losing his wife, begins hallucinating sinister versions of himself, lurking in the shadows. When he ends up accused of murder, Moran undergoes a hypnotherapy treatment built on the idea that with every choice he makes, he creates an infinite number of parallel universes. It’s then he discovers he’s not insane at all. There’s another version of himself, from another reality. A psychopath that not only ruined his life, but countless other Dylans. Can Dylan stop this doppelgänger before he strikes again? Or will he lose himself…to himself?”

The novel was published last month by Thomas & Mercer. Universal’s Senior Vice President of Production Jay Polidoro and Director of Development Christine Sun will oversee the project on behalf of the studio.


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