Prepare for next year’s Social Network—sort of. Josephson Entertainment and Michelle Krumm Productions have announced plans for a big-screen biopic of Andrew Fowler's upcoming biography of Julian Assange, The Most Dangerous Man in the World. The Australian reporter's tome will be published this year, and will offer an extensive narrative of Assange's life, from his childhood to today. Assange founded WikiLeaks in 2006 and has since released secret documents about U.S. involvement in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, secret U.S. diplomatic cables, toxic-waste dumping in Africa, Church of Scientology manuals, and Guantanamo Bay procedures. Said Josephson Entertainment, "Like All the President's Men in its day, The Most Dangerous Man in the World is this generation’s suspenseful drama with global impact."