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(Deadline)   Sony wins the script for Winter's Knight, a viking-themed origin tale about Santa Claus, based on a long-forgotten L. Frank Baum novel   ( divider line
    More: Cool, L. Frank Baum, Santa Claus, Winter's Knight, Sony, Marco Polo, Paul Thomas Anderson, novels, development hell  
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2014-03-02 06:31:54 PM  
Will there be a black Santa or will the film be racist?
2014-03-02 06:56:20 PM  
Will there be flying horses and Russell Crowe in search of Lucky Charms?
2014-03-02 07:09:37 PM  
Jim butcher did it
2014-03-02 07:20:11 PM  
Christopher Walken should play Krampus
2014-03-02 08:02:52 PM

A Movie based on the old Baum book, you don't say?
2014-03-02 08:24:06 PM  
It's been done.
2014-03-02 10:06:22 PM  

kieran57: Jim butcher did it

Who plays Mab?
2014-03-02 10:28:57 PM  

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A Movie based on the old Baum book, you don't say?

I try to ignore the cartoon, but the stop motion one is the only Christmas special I watch every year.
2014-03-03 04:12:22 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: It's been done.
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Saw it.  Loved it.

There are two 'prequels' on youtube too, worth a watch.
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