Having sold over 250 million books, Michael Crichton is one of the most prolific writers of the last two centuries, and a brand name. His compelling storytelling spreads throughout various mediums including novels, non-fiction books, screenplays, essays, speeches and much more. Michael Crichton directed seven movies (including the cult favorite Westworld and classics such as Coma and The Great Train Robbery, starring Sean Connery), produced four movies and had eight screenwriting credits over the course of a filmmaking career that spanned five decades. Thirteen of his novels were made into films by iconic directors such as Steven Spielberg (Jurassic Park, The Lost World), Robert Wise (The Andromeda Strain), Barry Levinson (Disclosure) and others. Michael’s archives also contain numerous unpublished or unexploited works, exploring the spheres of human behavior, morality, modern medicine, technology, and scientific breakthroughs, to name a few.
Michael Crichton, the Jules Verne of our modern era, was a true Renaissance man, ahead of his time, and relevant to all generations. If you are interested in becoming a partner, and licensing some of Michael’s work to bring his vision forward to the next generation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.