The Adjustment Bureau features a gang of well-haberdasheried angels who step in to make sure the universe follows the plan laid out in their notebooks. But a new lawsuit claims that the makers of the film used their own dimension-jumping hats to steal Philip K. Dick's intellectual property.
The Adjustment Bureau, or Philip K. Dick for Dummies is getting a second chance to dazzle you with their teleporting hat-wearing boys' club. Syfy is developing an Adjustment Bureau TV show. And with the best part of the film being the big-name stars Matt Damon and Emily Blunt, let's just say we don't have high hopes…
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"That Philip K. Dick guy is pretty good. But what would really make his work awesome is if it was turned into a romantic dramedy."
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