Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Set To Adapt Ghost Story ‘The Spire In The Woods’

Steven Spielberg’s Amblin are set to join up with Roy Lee & Jon Berg to adapt ghost story The Spire In The Woods, Variety exclusively reveal.

Amblin has acquired movie rights to Tony Lunedi’s “The Spire in the Woods,” which gained renown after it was first published as a series of 10 Reddit articles in 2013. Now known as “The Bells,” the story centers on a teen boy searching for the cause of a friend’s suicide, who finds himself captivated by the same alluring but deadly ghost story, as he digs deeper.

Lee and Berg are producing the film through Vertigo Entertainment. Liya Gao is set to oversee the project with Josh Dove of Intellectual Property Group executive producing.

Roy Lee founded Vertigo back in 2002 with credits like The Ring, The Grudge & It to name a few…

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