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HBO, BBC2 plot 'I, Claudius' remake
HBO and BBC2 have acquired the rights to Robert Graves' historical novel "I, Claudius" with an eye toward producing another TV miniseries based on the property.
According to Deadline.com, the new miniseries will be executive produced by BBC Worldwide Productions' Jane Tranter and Anne Thomopoulos, who previously executive produced "Rome" for HBO.
Graves' novel was previously adapted as a 13-part miniseries in 1976. That star-studded production was toplined by Derek Jacobi, but only won an Emmy for an its art direction.
Most recently, "I, Claudius" was being developed as a feature film with Scott Rudin attached to produce, William Monahan adapting the script and Leonardo DiCaprio expected to star, but the pieces never came together.