Winston Duke, who had a breakout role following the raving success of Black Panther, is set to star alongside Mark Wahlberg in the Netflix crime drama, Wonderland.
Pete Berg is set to coordinate with Neal H. Moritz producing via his Original Film banner, with Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, and Berg through his Film 44 organization.
The film is being adapted from the novel Robert B. Parker’s, Wonderland, written by Ace Atkins. The book is a piece of the Spenser arrangement — named after an anecdotal character in the arrangement of investigator books at first composed by American mystery writer Parker and later by Atkins.
The story pursues Spenser who, new out of jail, is drawn again into Boston’s underbelly as he reveals reality about an exciting homicide and the wound scheme behind it.
Parker’s Spenser character has been the reason for 48 books, all New York Times hits.