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Fiction: General/Other: Reprint rights to Michael Punke's THE REVENANT: A Novel of Revenge, the out-of-print cult novel based on the true story of Hugh Glass, a fur trapper attacked by a bear in the West in the 1820s and left for dead, who survives his ordeal to make a grueling trek to take revenge on the people who abandoned and betrayed him, to Stephen Morrison at Picador USA, by Tina Bennett at William Morris Endeavor (NA).
A movie version is in production at 20th Century Fox/New Regency with Leonardo DiCaprio set to star. Rights previously to Intrinseca in Brazil, Leda in Czech Republic, Presses de la Cite in France, Piper in Germany, Einaudi in Italy, Hayakawa in Japan, Sonia Draga in Poland, Eksmo in Russia, Prometheus in Holland, KRP Turkey, and Blue Door in the UK.
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