The Michael Wolff book has been a runaway success
Michael Wolff’s Fire And Fury is set to build upon its astronomic success with a new televised adaptation.
The book, which features never-before-heard insights into White House procedure and the presidency of Donald Trump, has been a runaway success since its release this month, with Wolff on course to make nearly $8 million from its release.
Now, the exposé is set for a TV adaptation. According to Hollywood Reporter, Wolff has sold the television rights to the book for a seven-figure sum. Endeavor Content have purchased the rights, and Wolff will serve as executive producer. It is not yet known what studio will produce the show.
The book’s contents angered Trump, who took to Twitter to declare himself a “very stable genius” after Fire and Fury brought the US president’s mental health and intelligence into question.
The President of the United States of America also stated that the stories within the book were completely made up, “boring and untruthful” and written by a “total loser”.