David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are jumping into another literary work for their next project, teaming up with Warner Bros. to adapt a feature film that is "inspired" by "Lovecraft." Based on the graphic novel by Hans Rodionoff, the “Game of Thrones” creators will be helping develop the project with the studio.

Deadline exclusively reported that the team of Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi, known for their work on “The Invitation” and “Destroyer” by Karyn Kusama, is writing the script. Kusama will be serving as an executive producer on the project.

The graphic novel takes the monsters straight out of H.P. Lovecraft’s stories and brings them to the real world. The film will take place in the 1920s focusing heavily on the Cthulhu legends.

For those unfamiliar with Lovecraft, he is considered one of America’s most prolific horror writers of the 20th Century. The works of Lovecraft have been a hot commodity within the Hollywood industry with many adaptations. HBO is already developing a TV show based on the book “Lovecraft Country,” which is set to debut in 2020 with J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele attached as producers. The horror film “Color Out Of Space” starring Nicholas Cage is also being set to release in 2020, based on one of the author’s short stories.

The upcoming film is one of many projects being developed by Benioff and Weiss. The writing duo signed a multi-year deal with Netflix in August to develop feature films and television series. They were previously attached to develop some "Star Wars" films but ended up leaving due to their work with the streaming service.

The TV writers have been developing an adaptation for the “Lovecraft” graphic novel for years, Deadline reports, but never got around to it due to their work on the recently wrapped TV series “Game of Thrones” for HBO.

There has been no information on who will be directing the feature or when it will get released.

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David Benioff (L) and Dan Weiss, executive producers of "Game of Thrones," arrive for the season premiere of the HBO show in San Francisco on March 23, 2015. Reuters/Robert Galbraith