‘X-Men’ Scribe David Hayter Boards TV Adaptation of EA’s ‘American McGee’s Alice’ Game (Exclusive)
Hayter will showrun the action-adventure game turned series based on Lewis Carroll's classic novel 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' for Radar Pictures.
Ted Field’s Radar Pictures has nabbed the rights to American McGee’s Alice, the action adventure game from publisher Electronic Arts, and attached X-Men writer David Hayter to do a TV adaptation in partnership with Abandon Entertainment.
The drama series, which sees EA continue to broaden the video games market with a foray into TV, will be developed as the first small screen treatment of the American McGee’s Alice franchise. Designed by American James McGee, the video games property includes Alice and its 2011 sequel Alice: Madness Returns, and is based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass literary property.