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Graham Taylor's Mariah Mundi film to start production

3rd August 2010

Filming will start next year on the big screen adaptation of Yorkshire writer Graham Taylor's Mariah Mundi series, the author has revealed.

Speaking to the Whitby Gazette, the bestselling writer said production on the Hollywood version of Mariah Mundi: The Midas Box will begin in January 2011, with general release scheduled for October.

Taylor also explained that A-list actors are to appear in the fantasy/horror film, but declined to shed any further light on the cast, commenting: 'I cannot tell you who will play the lead characters in the film … but according to my wife they are two very good-looking men.'

The author, who uses the pen name G.P. Taylor, also told the newspaper that the first book he wrote - Shadowmancer - will be brought to the silver screen once the Mariah Mundi film is released.

He added that he is already in discussion for a film adaptation of his latest novel Vampyre Labyrinth: RedEye, which is published in September.

Taylor, whose works include The Curse of Salamander Street and Wormwood, was described as a 'literary troubadour' in a review by the Yorkshire Post.
 

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