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Six-Hour Mini Based on Stories of Legendary Sci-Fi Author Being Prepped

Nov 12, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Newly created White Oak Films is preparing to pitch a six-hour miniseries based on the short stories of a legendary science-fiction author, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

The miniseries, based on the works of Ray Bradbury, the 89-year-old author of the classic “Fahrenheit 451” among other works, will feature six different directors who will choose which of Bradbury’s stories they want to adapt. 

–Elizabeth Jensen

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