5 June 2014 5:30 PM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Some folk just are not content to flood the world once; Noah director Darren Aronofsky hopes to be at it again. Deadline is reporting that he will be adapting Canadian author Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam book trilogy and turn it into a HBO series. It is also possible that Aronofsky will be directing the series himself. He will be meeting with writers for the adaptation process. Atwood will be a consulting producer for the show. The story in the MaddAddam books, part of Atwood's self-described genre of "speculative fiction," is set in the mid-21st century in a world where corporations have taken over for governments and the genetic modification of organisms is perversely ubiquitous. It centers on the events before and after a Waterless Flood that wipes out...

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