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Adaption of ‘In With the Devil’ true crime memoir likely heading to Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is nearing a series order for “In With the Devil,” a six-hour adaptation of a true crime memoir by James Keene that has Taron (“Rocketman,” “The King’s Man”) Egerton set to star as the author and Paul Walter (“Richard Jewell” “BlackKKlansman”) Hauser in talks to join him as a suspected serial killer, reports Deadline.

Michael R. Roskam will direct a script by Dennis Lehane. It will shoot in New Orleans. Here’s a summary of the book/movie by Deadline:

Keene was a young Chicago kid who was a standout football player headed for a pro career when a few turns in the wrong direction caught him a decade-long prison sentence with no chance of parole. The son of a Chicago cop was offered by the prosecutor who put him behind bars the chance to be sprung from prison and a chance to redeem himself. The stakes were high. Same prosecutor convicted a man named Larry Hall for abducting and killing a 15-year-old, just one of perhaps 19 other women he killed. The killer could be released on appeal. Keene’s task was to ingratiate himself with the murderer, in prison, and get him to confess to two murders.

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the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.
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