Warren Adler is one of the most prolific storytellers of our time. When he passed away recently at the age of 91, Adler was experiencing a career renaissance with his collection of novels being turned into movies, TV and plays. His universal themes of romance, dysfunction, political survival and mystery will keep his best-selling works relevant for years to come.

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The War of the Roses

With the recent Giuliani and Macklowe split-ups, Warren Adler’s dark tome about the ugly side of divorce, once again, rears it’s relevant head . 

 

From “The New York Times”on September 13, 2019 about the brutal divorce of Rudy Giuliani:

“Last spring, divorce proceedings began for the Giulianis after 16 years of marriage, setting off a rancorous battle that, like most everything Mr. Giuliani touches, demanded attention. In caustic legal proceedings this summer, the separated couple has battled over things as prosaic as her kitchen renovations and as rarefied as his splurges — $7,131 on fountain pens and another $12,012 on cigars.”

From “The New York Times” on October 30, 2019 about the contentious Macklowe divorce:

The ex-husband is Harry Macklowe, the real estate developer who has had highs (he built the building on Billionaires’ Row) and lows (he had to sell the General Motors building in Manhattan in 2008 as the financial crisis spilled into the commercial sector).The ex-wife is Linda Macklowe, an honorary trustee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, who is passionate about collecting modern art. Their divorce is the latest rancorous breakup in the moneyed world of New York, but this one comes with the added twist of an impressive art collection that has been valued at as much as nearly $1 billion.

 

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Jonathan R. Adler is the CEO of Grey Eagle Films/TV, Grey Eagle Development, Grey Eagle Production and Stonehouse Productions/Adler Entertainment. All entities are involved in exclusively developing Warren Adler’s 53 plus previous and new books plays and over 100 short stories for film, television, live stage, podcasts and other new media both domestically and for international audiences. Jonathan has been an entrepreneurial force in media, management and M&A for the past 35+ years. Since age 19, when he helped found and manage Washington Dossier magazine, Adler has been building, buying and selling businesses ranging in revenue from $5M to $100M and managing teams from start-ups to over 2,500 employees. He has also been a successful investor in more than 10 other companies and projects, including Sport and Health Clubs, Bizbash Media, EPI-Colorspace, Goodshuffle and The Adler Group.

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Hollywood is again clamoring for Warren Adler’s content just as he had once fueled a bidding war for his manuscripts 20 years ago. Grey Eagle will develop, produce and help finance these productions. Look for the stage adaptation of THE WAR OF THE ROSES on Broadway and West End, plus the continuation of its world-wide premieres in Hungary, Mexico, Argentina, France, Germany, Brazil, Italy, as well as the new Musical Premiering in Belgium.

Current projects in development include: THE CHILDREN OF THE ROSES, FIONA FITZGERALD’S Homicide Detective Series, TARGET CHURCHILL, LITTLE BLACK DRESS GLORY, TORTURE MAN, THE WOMANIZER-AMHERST,
CULT, THE SERPENT’S BITE, FUNNY BOYS, THE SUNSET GANG, RESIDUE, FLANNAGAN’S DOLLS, TRANS-SIBERIAN EXPRESS and THE WAR OF THE ROSES. The Grey Eagle Production Fund provides production financing for the Grey Eagle film Slate and officially closed its first phase in November 2018 with the second phase to close in June 2020. The plan includes one film/TV show to begin production in 2020 and two to three in 2021 and beyond.

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