Check out this fantastic article on Michael Crichton in the March 2017 issue of Vanity Fair magazine. The Hit Man by Sam Kashner is an incredible retrospective on Michael’s career that “goes to the heart of Crichton’s unparalleled pop-culture reign” and features quotes from Sherri Crichton about Michael’s soon to be released novel, Dragon Teeth and the The Official […]
Two decades after an un-produced emergency room-set screenplay by Michael Crichton became the biggest show on television, NBC’s ER, another un-produced medical drama screenplay by the bestselling author and Harvard-educated MD is headed to television. CBS has given a put pilot commitment to Genes, from ER producer Warner Bros. TV. Written by Rick Eid based on a screenplay by the late Crichton, Genes, from WBTV and CrichtonSun LLC, is described as a high-concept medical soap about a brilliant doctor who saves his dying patient’s life using a miraculous gene therapy — infused with his own DNA — only to realize the side effects have turned her into a dangerous sociopath. Making things more complicated, the doctor begins to fall madly in love with her. Eid will executive produce with Crichton’s widow Sherri Crichton, and Laurent Bouzereau.
DreamWorks Studios has acquired the film rights to the Michael Crichton novel, “Micro,” it was announced today by Michael Wright, CEO of DreamWorks Studios. Frank Marshall is on board to produce, with Sherri Crichton and Laurent Bouzereau set as executive producers for CrichtonSun LLC.