Keanu Reeves to Star in The Devil in the White City TV Series

Keanu Reeves set to begin an episodic adaptation of Erik Larson’s best -selling crime story, The Devil in the White City, according to The deadline. Leonardo Dicaprio, which acquired the rights to the book in 2010, will create the project for Hulu with his longtime companion Martin Scorsese.

Originally released in 2003, The Devil in the White City tells the true story of Daniel H. Burnham, the architect behind the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, and Dr. HH Holmes, the serial killer who used the fair to seduce his victims.

When DiCaprio first acquired the rights to the book, he was thought to be the star of a feature-length film directed by Scorsese. However, in 2019 DiCaprio and Scorsese teamed up with Hulu to rethink the project as a limited series. At the time, the deal was said to be one of the most expensive acquisitions in Hulu’s history.

Todd Field (Little Children, In the Room) will host the first two episodes of the series. Field and Sam Shaw (Castle Stone) are also on the board as project producers.

For Reeves, The Devil in the White City marks his first major TV role. The veteran actor recently resumed his role as Neo in The Resurrection Matrix, and also confirmed for at least two more John Wick actions.





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