And, for nearly as long, there have been rumors that Leonardo DiCaprio was keen to produce and star in a film about H.H. Holmes, with his mentor Martin Scorsese at the helm; DiCaprio even scored film rights to The Devil in the White City, a nonfiction book about Holmes by Erik Larson, over a decade ago.
Craig Erwich, senior vice president of originals at the streaming network, announced the news Monday at the Television Critics Assn. winter press tour in Pasadena.
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The story may seem familiar to fans of American Horror Story, as the FX series' fifth season was loosely inspired by Holmes' exploits at his infamous "Murder Castle". An earlier adaptation of the story was in the works from Tom Cruise, but fell out of development in 2004. DiCaprio himself snapped up the property back in 2010, and originally meant to headline as Holmes in a feature film version directed by Scorsese, though that project never materialized. Scorsese signed on to direct in 2015.
"Right now, there is a script being worked on". "They want me to start again in January and see if we can find a way because it's an extraordinary story". Paramount Television will also be producing and Billy Ray will be penning the script. The show will simply be titled The Devil In The White City, and it " l be executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, along with Stacey Sher, Rick Yorn, Emma Koskoff, and Jennifer Davisson.
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Notorious Chicago killer H.H. Holmes - who may have murdered several people in his Englewood "Murder Castle" in the late-1800s - is finally getting the full dramatic treatment.
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