Screenwriter Adam Cozad (Dubai, Rules of Deception) will be writing a film adaption of Mark Greaney’s 2009 thriller novel "The Gray Man" for New Regency Pictures according to Risky Biz Blog.
Greaney's novel follows a former CIA spy-turned-assassin codenamed 'The Gray Man' who finds himself on the run through Europe as mysterious forces try to erase him. He also tries to save the lives of the daughters who don't know he exists.
Cozad is also writing a script for a new Jack Ryan movie at Paramount.
New Regency recently produced Bride Wars, Role Models and in late June Knight and Day will hit the theaters.
It sounds interesting to me I may have to go out and buy the book so that when the movie comes out I can compare. Usually comparing books to movies is a bad idea but I love doing it for some reason! If they do well enough with a movie that I still like it after reading the book well then that to me marks a good movie.