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Fox picks up ‘Incognito’ graphic novel

Chernin Ent., Circle of Confusion to produce adaptation

Twentieth Century Fox has nabbed the film rights to Ed Brubaker’s graphic novel “Incognito” for Chernin Entertainment and Circle of Confusion to produce.

Robert Schenkkan has been brought aboard to adapt the action-thriller, about the redemption of a super villain.

Circle of Confusion manages Brubaker.

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