Halcyon takes rights to 'Bilderberg Group'
Daniel Estulin's book about global financial oligarchyLONDON -- Halcyon co-founders and co-CEOs Victor Kubicek and Derek Anderson are spreading the love overseas securing the movie adaptation rights to Spanish-based investigative journalist Daniel Estulin's book "The True Story of The Bilderberg Group."
The duo hope the source material will provide Halcyon with the foundations for a franchise of movies centered on Estulin's book about a financial oligarchy bridging both North American and European rich power brokers looking to manage the globe.
The book has been published in 53 countries, translated in 32 languages, spent 38 consecutive weeks on leading Spanish top ten lists and has sold 750,000 copies worldwide.
Estulin's book took 14 years to research and documents the history of this select group of the world's most powerful politicians, bankers and CEOs of global companies who make up the exclusive Bilderberg Club.
Previous Bildberberg Club members include Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger and Gerald Ford.
The movie will be a fictionalized account of Estulin's work and will remain politically neutral, Halcyon said.
The deal also gives Halcyon exclusive rights to all of Estulin's research material as well as his two sequel books.
In a joint statement Kubicek and Anderson described Estulin's story as "truly incredible" adding that the book's success "shows that the global public are just as fascinated as we are."
Estulin said he has dedicated a large part of his life to researching the Bilderberg Group in order to expose their activity to the world.
He added he hoped that Halcyon's ownership of the "Terminator" franchise makes the company ideal to turn his story in to "a breathtaking, edge-of-your-seat boxoffice hit just as I'd always dreamed."
Still in its early stages of development, no further details for the project are finalized as yet.