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Andy Serkis is bringing this 1996 Elizabeth McCracken novel to the big screen

…the 58-year-old “King of Post-Human Acting” will direct a movie adaptation of Elizabeth McCracken’s acclaimed literary romance, The Giant’s House. A 1950s-set love story about “a little librarian on Cape Cod and the tallest boy in the world,” McCracken’s debut novel was a National Book Award finalist back in 1996 and received rave reviews in The New Yorker, The San Francisco Chronicle, Salon, and elsewhere. Adding to the star-wattage of this project, Oscar-nominated novelist and screenwriter Nick Hornby will pen the script. Read more

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